Now at its 17th edition, Business Review's Realty Forum has grown alongside the local property market to become the leading Romanian real estate event. This June, we bring together developers, investors and consultants, to see whether success breeds success for local real estate players in 2018, as the market continues to build on the positive results seen in the last couple of years.
One thing is for sure, Bucharest has already grown to compete with other regional capitals. However, numerous Romanian cities are also increasingly more present on the real estate investors’ map. Consequently, this year we will focus not only on the office, residential, commercial and industrial markets in Bucharest, but also on those in Timișoara, Cluj-Napoca, Iași and Brașov to see what makes them so attractive to investors and what it means for the market overall.
-Investment outlook for the Romanian real estate market
-Key attraction points for new property investors
-Romania’s yield position versus other property markets in the region
-Gauging demand for new investments in the local real estate sector
-INS stats on internal migration to Romania’s main regional cities. What is driving this? Can the trend be expected to intensify in the following years?
-HR challenges and their impact on regional office and residential markets – finding and retaining employees at a time of increased job mobility
-Bucharest vs secondary cities: why and when?
-Investments in real estate transactions in Bucharest vs. the rest of the country in 2018. Why and where?
-Demand and supply for office across Bucharest and the main regional cities in Romania
-Factors that influence the development of the real estate sector in Bucharest and secondary cities in 2018
-Mixed projects: a new trend that attracts real estate developers
-Fastest growing residential markets outside Bucharest in 2018
-Tertiary cities: are they a valid opportunity for real estate developers? Major projects developed there
-New directions for retail: online versus new concepts ( co-working, Uber, pop-up stores, stores inside apartment buildings)
-Big tech and employers as real estate and property developers
The Romanian industrial and logistics sector climbed to fresh highs in 2017, with gross take-up gaining 15 percent to over 525,000 square meters. What are the factors that influence the development of the industrial/logistics sector in 2018?
Emerging cities for industrial investments in 2018
Industries that drive demand for logistics services in the coming years
Capacity of Romania’s market to attract new players in the industrial/logistics sector in 2018
-Real estate projects and their impact on the development of the sector: how do real estate developers integrate community development in their plans
-Major investments in community development projects
-The integration of the community development component in the real estate projects: a new focus of the real estate developers? What should be expected from this new trend?