The US economy grows by 310 million euros and is estimated at 430 million over the next 40 years. This trend closely monitors Europe from 1950 to 1995. What plans can we draw from this?
Europe grew from 527 million to 728 million from 1950 to 1995. This 38% increase is almost comparable to the US optimistic projection over the next 40 years. This fact offers huge financial risks for the following old assumptions and high returns to recognize potential new consequences.
Today, as you drive around Europe, the landscape gradually completes. The project in progress tends to lean much to improve existing structures, increase efficiency, improve utility, change usage. Buildings of 100, 200, 500, and 1,000 year cloak terrain. Interestingly, if you look at current US stocks, a new warehouse is needed and for commercial real estate it may be very limited. Assuming an increase in housing density, either from more people under the same roof or more households in the home, and plans can quickly conclude that no additional information is needed. The same result is easily supported for office space as well. Considering the steady number of telecommunications and the use of current capacity, there is little need for additional space.
Special office and housing properties for US real estate will be some new communities and possibly large-scale resettlement that evolve from other driving elements. This will focus on several key industries in centralized markets, large government-led shifts and education-related developments.
In addition, business inventory and distribution will grow significantly with the demands of growing economies and subsequent increased international trade.
Opportunities need to be managed in the field of investment funds to address their concerns to adapt to this growing trend. Many investors are defective and will not understand that the days of inventory growth based on real estate investors are suddenly much more risky. In addition, many are not considering that investing in general is a premise based on this term and is therefore flawed. Investors who recognize and change their debt and equity management plan are in the process of achieving significant results.
Where will the best profits evolve?
- Commodity supply and development of real estate stands to see steady and big profits by the end of the century, based on economic development and global economic development.
- Important placements in well-developed well-positioned markets will see remarkable profits as much longer-term ownership trends evolve instead of highly marketed and marketed "buy and flip" principals.
Investors who emphasize principles that evolve in the light of these new policies will reduce risk and realize unfavorable profits over their more flexible counterparts.