The first transactions of the year are now behind us. In the present circumstances, it seems from the scale and volume of these transactions in first quarter that perhaps we have little to worry about. But are all the signs really pointing to another successful year? The experts will discuss this and the future of the real estate investment sector at Eurobuild’s 7th Invested Interest Investment Market Conference on April 22nd.
The investment market is currently undergoing a major shift when it comes to the types of assets investors target. Properties that were a sure bet a year ago are now regarded with a more sceptical eye – or even outright reluctance – by buyers. Since the outbreak of the pandemic, investors have been generally cutting their teeth on warehouse properties, the PRS sector and offices – although in the latter case the enthusiasm of buyers has been rather selective. Surprisingly, the retail and hotel sectors, which have been going through a rather difficult period, are also still on the radar of investors – as this is maybe a good time to seek out for opportunities; and in the long term a rebound is certain to take place in today’s less popular segments. But what other predictions are the market experts making?
We can find this out from the panel entitled ‘I Want to Break Free’, which has been scheduled for 12:40 pm. The guests invited to the panel include: Grzegorz Chmielak (Head of Central and Eastern Europe Valuation & Advisory, Knight Frank), Robert Sninčák (Head of CEE Investment Operations, CBRE Global Investors), Alexander Klafsky (Managing Partner, FLE), Bartłomiej Kordeczka (Partner, Dentons) and Tomasz Mrowczyk, (Senior Partner, Griffin Real Estate).
The discussion promises to be very interesting indeed, so we recommend taking part to all our readers – both experienced investment market players and those who are just entering this area. This knowledge could prove to be invaluable! In order not to miss the meeting, book your place today on the conference website.