TOKYO — Major Japanese investors made a disastrous move into the U.S. commercial real estate market in the late 1980s, when they bought up prestigious properties like New York’s Rockefeller Center, shortly before the market crashed. collapses.
Today, some Japanese institutional investors and real estate companies are back, but this time it’s not about display your trophy purchases. It’s about diversifying portfolios over the long term and getting good deals while the the market collapses.
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