FIABCI-USA, the International Real Estate Federation – U.S. Chapter held a luncheon in the private delegates’ dining room at the United Nations facility in New York City on Friday, March 27, 2015, to address the continuing need for cross-border cooperation in international property markets. FIABCI enjoys special consultative status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations and regularly address real estate issues at UN offices around the world.
Local international real estate experts Hugh Gilliam and Joe Hartley, both with Atlanta Communities, and Dan Easton, broker/owner of Three Springs Realty in North Georgia made the trip to attend. They took part in the luncheon to gain valuable insights into the increasing interest of global investors in U.S. real estate. This interest has recently been expanding to second and third tier cities around the country.
The event included featured speakers from the International Monetary Fund, the Center for International Private Enterprise and the Global Indicators Group of the World Bank. The luncheon followed a daylong, high-level global conference focused on global capital flows held in cooperation with FIABCI academic member the George Washington University School of Business the previous day. Click here for the full article.