The landscape of the Polish real estate market after the first wave of the coronavirus pandemic. Which of its segments have lost the most and which will emerge unscathed from this oppression?
On 24th and 25th of August at the Sheraton Sopot hotel during the 10th edition of the “Polish Real Estate Forum” conference the most important players in the industry, including developers, brokers, consulting agencies, analysts, representatives of investment funds and banks will try to answer the following questions:
- How long will the slowdown in the housing market last?
- Can the imposed popularity of the remote work model permanently reduce demand for office spaces?
- How new reality of restrictions and bans will affect trade?
- How to look for new ways to run real estate businesses efficiently in a changed market reality?
The participants will also look ahead into the future and discuss new EU regulations on energy consumption for buildings or the long-term impact of implementing new technologies on apartments, offices or retail spaces.
The second day of the Forum will start with a discussion panel: The discreet charm of plots with legal flaws which will be moderated by Katarzyna Woroszylska, Managing Partner at Baker Tilly Woroszylska Legal. During the discussion, panelists will talk about:
- Where to look for land with issues and why not only in postindustrial districts?
- The most common problems and methods of solving them.
- Cooperation between local governments and developers as a good tool to revitalize the urban fabric.
More information and registration at the organizer’s website.