31 January 2019, 10:00 -
Welcome to the Amsterdam event as part of a series of Investment Briefings looking at the OUTLOOK for European Investment markets. What are the key global & pan-European trends influencing the market? 2018 was a good year for the real estate market in the Netherlands, which attracted strong interest from domestic and foreign investors, lured by a strong economy and expanding occupier markets. What are the prospects for 2019? Will the Netherlands confirms its status as third country after Germany and France by investment volume?
What will international investors, who are doing 70% of the deals, focus their attention on? Are there any clouds on the horizon? Will increasing demand keep driving up house prices, which have reached highs last seen before the 2008 crisis? Is there a risk of a bubble forming, particularly in residential in Amsterdam and Utrecht? Will the urbanisation trend lead to more investment in the residential sector? What are the prospects for the fast-growing student housing sector? Will supply increase to meet demand? The Dutch economy is performing well and Amsterdam is emerging as a favoured destination for banks and companies leaving London because of Brexit. What are the prospects for the office sector? Is it gaining momentum in the capital and elsewhere? What about the fast-growing logistics sector? Will the retail sector benefit from the economic recovery and higher consumer confidence? Tourism is doing well, but will tighter planning regulations have an impact on the hotels sector?
How do the opportunities in the Dutch market compare to opportunities elsewhere in Europe? What is happening with global capital flows and Dutch capital - what are the key trends and how will this influence the opportunities?
Come to this time-efficient briefing, hear market experts answer these and other questions, and get to ask your own questions.
Registration is complimentary but places are strictly limited. Please register now to guarantee your place.
This event is brought to you in association with MIPIM.