An venue in Manhattan, New York City. The overall trend of CFIUS enforcement suggests a negative impact on Chinese and Asian investors in the US real-estate market, according to an analyst. Photo: AFP An venue in Manhattan, New York City. The overall trend of CFIUS enforcement suggests a negative impact on Chinese and Asian investors in the US real-estate market, according to an analyst. Photo: AFP
An venue in Manhattan, New York City. The overall trend of CFIUS enforcement suggests a negative impact on Chinese and Asian investors in the US real-estate market, according to an analyst. Photo: AFP

Chinese investors buying US property face heightened scrutiny amid rising US-China tensions, new US$300,000 fee

  • Combination of expansion of CFIUS’s scope to cover non-controlling stakes and rising tensions between US and China will lead to closer reviews
  • CFIUS’s new US$300,000 fee for foreign investors to also act as deterrent

Topic |   US-China trade war
An venue in Manhattan, New York City. The overall trend of CFIUS enforcement suggests a negative impact on Chinese and Asian investors in the US real-estate market, according to an analyst. Photo: AFP An venue in Manhattan, New York City. The overall trend of CFIUS enforcement suggests a negative impact on Chinese and Asian investors in the US real-estate market, according to an analyst. Photo: AFP
An venue in Manhattan, New York City. The overall trend of CFIUS enforcement suggests a negative impact on Chinese and Asian investors in the US real-estate market, according to an analyst. Photo: AFP
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