For quite some time, foreign real estate investors have predominantly been coming from mainland China, with a total of $31.7 billion spent by Chinese buyers between April 2016 and March 2017. Changes in the laws in China have seen these numbers decrease recently. Despite this, the number of international buyers is actually increasing. Among the countries now more greatly represented are Taiwan, Vietnam, Thailand, Dubai, Kuwait, Georgia, and Turkey. Buyers hailing from Great Britain are eyeing the luxury market in the US. Foreigners continue to view the US real estate market as stable and secure, and are even expanding the geographical range of their investments.