Stumbling block for overseas property investors

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Chinese investments in overseas properties are still active but are having to overcome some new capital challenges, according to legal experts involved in two recent deals.

Stumbling block for overseas property investorsSRE Group, a Chinese integrated real estate developer, acquired 75 Howard, a luxury residential tower at 75 Howard St in San Francisco. In the UK, Chinese Estates Holding, a Hong Kong-listed property developer, acquired 11-12 St James’s Square in London for £174.9 million (US$227.8 million).

When Chinese investors plan to invest in American and British real estate at the moment, the impacts of China’s restriction on capital outflows cannot be overlooked, said the legal experts.

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