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Following the success of the first edition of The Real Estate Law Review, the second edition now extends to some 33 jurisdictions and we are fortunate, once again, to have the benefit of incisive news and commentary from distinguished legal practitioners in each jurisdiction. Each chapter has been updated to focus on key developments in the relevant jurisdiction and their potential impact on the global real estate market. This edition continues to provide an up-to-date picture of real estate activity in each jurisdiction and, therefore, the global real estate market.
International economic and political instability, in particular the Eurozone crisis and US fiscal cliff, continues to have a significant impact on the international real estate investment market as investors seek value and a safe haven for their cash. The ongoing scarcity of debt finance also continues to constrain the wider investment market. Although new sources of funding have started to appear, the transition from a dependence on bank lending has been gradual. The challenging economic climate seems likely to continue and practitioners and their clients will need to adapt to the challenges it brings and the investment trends and opportunities that emerge.
The globalisation of the real estate market is a continuing theme that is likely to become more significant to real estate practitioners and their clients with each passing year. The second edition of The Real Estate Law Review seeks to build on the achievement of the first by developing an understanding of the law and practice in key jurisdictions while helping to cultivate an overview of the global real estate market.