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Jones Lang LaSalle preliminary numbers show U.S. fiscal cliff tax concerns and pent-up demand lifted 4Q volumes to end the year ahead of 2011
London, Chicago, Singapore, January 14, 2013 – Global real estate investment volumes in 4Q 2012 rallied, with US$141 billion transacted over the quarter to lift the year’s total preliminary volume to $436 billion, according to Jones Lang LaSalle capital markets research from 60 countries. The real estate investment volumes in 2012 represented a slight increase on 2011’s $435 billion, and a 36 percent increase over 2010.
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