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Forbes has revealed the 20 richest real estate tycoons in the world.According to the Forbes, despite global fluctuations in the financial markets, twenty-two people entered the FORBES Billionaires list for the first time
thanks to their real estate holdings.


The most of people in the list are composed of Asia Pacific region barons.Of that total, 42 are from China, 25 from Hong Kong, seven from India and six from Singapore.

The United States ranked in the list with 44 billionaires, on a regional basis, Europe is far behind Asia and the U.S. with 31 billionaires, while the Middle East and Africa have a combined eight real estate billionaires.

The wealthiest real estate tycoon in the world, with a net worth of $28.7 billion, is China’s Wang Jianlin, who places 18th overall on the Forbes Billionaires List.

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Here are the richest real estate tycoons in the world;

1-Wang Jianlin – $28,7 billion – China

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2-Lee Shau Kee -$ 21,5 billion-Hong Kong

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3-Michael Otto-$15,4 billion-Germany

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4-Donald Bren-America – $15,1 billion

Real estate developer 2004-08 Giving* $908 million Using property and wealth from his real estate business, Bren has given more than $1 billion, much of it to support education. Bren's commitment to schooling runs the gamut from students to principals to school districts to university scholars on his Irvine Ranch. This year Bren gave $8.5 million to THINK Together after-school programs, one of the largest private donations to after-school programs in California history. In 2007 gifts included $20 million for a new law school at University of California at Irvine and $3 million in annual grants, teacher recognition, and student scholarships. In 2006 he gave a $20 million gift to fund elementary fine arts, music, and science programs at schools in Irvine, Calif. *Based on public records and interviews with donors Data: BusinessWeek, The Chronicle of Philanthropy and the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University

5-Simon Reuben (L) and David Reuben-$14,4 billion – United Kingdom

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6- Joseph Lau-13,1 billion -Hong Kong

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7- Gerald Cavendish Grosvenor -$13 billion – United Kingdom

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7- Thomas and Raymond Kwok (TIE)-$13 billion – Hong Kong

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9-Stephen Ross- $12 billion-United states

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10-Robert Kuok-$10 billion – Malaysia

 

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11-Andrew Beal – $9,4 billion – United States

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12.-Hui Ka Yan – $8,6 billion – China

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13-Ofer Eyal – $ 8,4 billion -Esrael

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14- Stan Kroenke – $7,7 billion -United states

 

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15- Robert (Pictured) & Philip Ng -$7,6 billion -Singapore

 

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16-Peter Woo- $6,6 billion – Hong Kong

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17 -Walter Kwok -$6,2 billion – Hong Kong

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18-Mikhail Gutseriev  – $5,9 billion – Russia

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18- Richard LeFrak  – $5,9 billion -United States

Developer Richard LeFrak just bought the penthouse in his own building -2399 Collins.

18-Pan Sutong -$5,9 billion -Hong Kong

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