The 3 central markets – Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary – have developed in very different directions in the last few years, and this trend looks to continue.
Poland and the Czech Republic are the investors’ choice and regarded as a safe investment hub, for institutions and opportunists alike. The
Euro 2012 football and improved infrastructure have created new opportunities as well as buzz, helping to attract capital to Poland and Ukraine
while the Czech market is in a suppressed state with high prices, an oversupply of quality stock and a lack of financing reducing investors fancy.
There are signs of new activity in Bulgaria, Romania and newer regions in SEE. Is CEE heading for a revival or does it remain only for hardened investor?
Join the most senior players in CEE real estate at the New Europe GRI 2012 in a selection of over 20 interactive discussions covering the recent trends in CEE real estate.
• ALTERNATIVE FINANCING – BRIDGING THE GAP?
• POLAND & CZECH REPUBLIC - WINNERS IN THE GAME?
• ROMANIA - WEATHERING THE STORM, RETURNING SOON?
• SEE - OPTIMISM OR REALISM?