Despite our very best efforts to go ahead with the IBF Residential Real Estate, the latest updates from the Government, and the internal rules of many of our members, have left us with no choice than to have to postpone this event.
We will try to re-arrange it for a date in the not-so-distant future, but for now, apologies to all those that have registered to attend, and we hope to see you soon. Please keep your eye on our website for updates.
For the fourth year running, the IBF will host its popular IBF Residential Real Estate Seminar, which this year takes place on the morning of Tuesday, 24th March, 2020, again in the offices of KPMG.
Up until recently, residential real estate in the Czech Republic was very much lower key than the booming commercial market, but in the last year or so that has changed a lot; the shortage of residential property for sale and/or rental has pushed prices up to record levels, the holiday rental market is huge, with the result that politicians are looking to bring in new and stricter rules and regulations for owners, and developers continue to struggle with planning and building bureaucracy, with the result that they are unable to build new property fast enough to meet demand. A lot to talk about!
As usual, we have a fantastic panel of experts booked to speak at the seminar, each of whom will give us their thoughts on the above subjects and a great deal more. These include:
• Peter Visnovsky, Director, Lexxus
• Pavel Kliment, Partner in charge of real estate at KPMG
• Eduard Forejt, Development Director, Passerinvest
• Faiçal Orakzai, Co-founder and CCO, easyBNB
• Lars Klett, Managing Partner of UEPA
Doors will open at 08.30 for check-in and breakfast, and we will take our seats at 09.00 for a series of talks, followed by a panel discussion. We expect to finish at around 11.30 am.
If you would like to attend, please register as soon as possible on email@example.com.
IBF Members: Kc 200, Non-Members: Kc 450
We look forward to seeing you.