by Ákos Budai | Report

On 25th April 2017 the first edition of Prague Property Summit, organized by Property Forum in partnership with the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) will gather leading real estate professionals and top executives from Central and Eastern Europe to analyse the potential of the Czech real estate market from a global perspective. 25 speakers and more than 100 visitors will come together in Prague, creating a unique networking opportunity. 


Real estate and banking professionals, developers based in Central and Eastern Europe, investors interested in the region, bankers, advisors, law firms, agencies and property managers will come to Prague to discuss the latest trends on the Czech and other CEE real estate markets. 
 
It is without doubt an exciting time for the Central European real estate industry as markets continue to perform well amid a world economy characterised by growing uncertainty and unpredictability. As a consequence of Brexit and last year’s election results in the United States, European property markets are facing new challenges, and real estate professionals across CEE are asking questions about the future. This conference brings together leading experts from the real estate sector, senior economists and other industry experts, to explore the most important challenges of the industry and possible strategies for the future.
 
Guests of the conference will get to hear a global institutional investor’s view of what to expect and what strategies to follow. Local and international players will summarise their outlook for 2017 on the investment market, revealing how they expect the recent policy change by the Czech National Bank will impact property investment volumes. Developers will also reveal their expectations for Prague, followed by market insights into the booming sectors of the Czech property market: logistics, hotel and residential.
 
More information can be found by clicking here.