Market Research presentation
Experts panel discussion
Investment continues to flow into real estate in Central and Eastern Europe. What kinds of foreign investors are targeting the region and why? Asian insurance companies and sovereign wealth funds are increasing their allocations to real estate and looking at the region, while South African investors have been extremely active, especially in the retail sector. To what extent it new capital Asia and South Africa replacing the first wave of investors from Europe and the US? Which countries, cities and sectors are they likely to favour? The logistics sector has seen some big ticket-deals: is its growth unstoppable? What, if any, are the clouds on the horizon for CEE markets? Infrastructure has much improved: is there more to be done to support investment? Political stability has been a plus for the Czech Republic, yet political issues in Poland and Hungary do not seem to be a deterrent. What about sectors? Offices, retail and logistics still dominate, but investors recently have shown willingness to explore alternative sector. Will this trend continue? Come to this time-efficient briefing, hear the views of market experts and get to ask your own questions.
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