Most investors, rather Chinese investors are eyeing the real estate markets in Southeast Asia since western markets are no longer SO inviting. This is because conventional western markets have started exercising restraints on investments. This change is seen after the initiation of various steps in countries such as New Zealand, Australia, and Canada. Also, according to analysts, the United Kingdom aims at curbing investments from foreigners in an attempt to have control on quickly increasing property prices. “These measures are promoting interest in the Southeast Asian property markets,” said some analysts..
The view for third world nations has become stable in the recent past since they are becoming the drivers of international growth. Emerging economies are expected to grow 2-3 times faster than developed countries such as the USA, in accordance with the IMF estimates. One of the reasons why American companies have performed so well in the last year is due to the growth in the markets outside the US.
Emerging economies are complemented by growing affluence and robust local savings pool. One more benefit of investing in the emerging markets is because of the diversification they provide. This is because they tend to perform in a different way than developed markets. In addition to India and China, the growth in developing economies indicates that they are converging with the developed world. In other words, the developing economies are moving towards becoming what are called developed markets. In the long run, they might even compete with the developed markets.