TRD presents Real Estate Showcase & Forum in Shanghai

Show will be first US-only industry event to be held in China

Jun.June 18, 2015 01:40 PM

This September, The Real Deal will host China’s first-ever U.S. Real Estate Showcase & Forum at the Shangri-La Hotel in Shanghai.

The show, taking place from September 10-12, will feature networking events, panels and workshops, designed to give Chinese investors all the information they need to buy into the U.S. market.

Plus, a showcase of more than 100 developments from New York, Miami, Los Angeles and San Francisco will promote face-to-face meetings between Chinese buyers and U.S. developers, to the benefit of both.

Chinese investors spent an incredible $22 billion on U.S. real estate in 2014, 72 percent more than they spent just one year earlier. And, 63 million Chinese have sufficient wealth to invest in international property. Consequently, Chinese buyers represent a tremendous new market for property sellers in the U.S.

We look forward to bringing you more information on this very exciting event. Please check out the hashtag #TRDShanghai for updates via social media, and go to

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