Valerie Santos, the deputy mayor of planning and economicdevelopment in Washington, DC speaks with’s Ian Ritterabout the city’s real estate picture. Watch the full video onGlobeSt.TV.

WASHINGTON, DC-There might not be a lot of capital flooding intocommercial real estate right now, but foreign investors seem readyto spend in this metro area, said Valerie Santos, deputy mayor forplanning and economic development, who spoke at RealShareWashington DC.


“Some of these foreign funds are very curious to understand thecity’s perspective and our commitment to development,” she said.Additionally, developers are able to get projects done throughcreative public financing and joint ventures, Santos pointedout.

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