Real Estate Fund Shuttered Over Alleged $630M Fraud New Jersey state regulators have shut down Secaucus, N.J.-based National Realty Investment Advisors for allegedly fraudulently selling $630 million of securities to at least 1,800 investors nationwide. So reports NJBiz.

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Foreign Investment in Commercial Real Estate Highest Since 2018

Foreign investors pumped more money into U.S. commercial real estate last year than they had since before the pandemic. So reports RealtyBizNews.

Real Capital AnalyticsForeign investors’ $70.8 billion in U.S. commercial real estate purchases in 2021 was the highest level since 2018’s $94.6 billion, according to data from Real Capital Analytics.

Investors reportedly turned their eye in 2021 toward expanding sectors such as warehouses and rental apartments.

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