The UHNW Luxury Real Estate Report released by Wealth-X and the
Sotheby's International Realty has shown that more and more
ultra-high net worth (UHNW) individuals are investing in luxury
real estate in countries offering investment immigration
The report indicates that UHNW investors prefer real estate for
two primary reasons:
Safe diversification of their
The opportunity to gain citizenship or residency in developed
The Report defines an ultra-high net worth individual as those
owning assets worth US $30 million or more. UHNW investors
intending to diversify their portfolios and to minimize risks opt
for properties in cities like Sydney and Vancouver. Those seeking
investment immigration opportunities prefer destinations like
Malta, the Bahamas, and Sao Paulo.
Data collected and analyzed in the Report reveals that 12% of
second homes purchased by UHNW individuals residing in the BRICS
nations—considered as emerging markets— are situated in
foreign destinations. The USA is a preferred destination for rich
investors seeking attractive luxury real estate deals. Citizens
from Canada, the UK, and China are the top three foreign UHNW
real-estate investors in the country.
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