What is the Ideal Strategy for Global Property Investment in 2017? Should You Focus on Growth or Capital Preservation?
Property markets around the world continue to receive an increasing degree of interest from institutions, fund managers, REITs, REOCs and private investors. With real estate having officially been recognized as an asset class, it is earning a strong reputation as a comparative source of more stable returns, higher yields and steady cash flows. However, success requires careful risk assessment as a result of the hard lessons learned in the past decade and the continued unpredictability of global economies.
Introducing the 11th annual Global Property Market as a niche opportunity for strategic information and networking on investment, capital flows, and development in tier one countries, growing economies and emerging markets around the world. This year’s conference will be especially important as investors try to determine what strategies to pursue in 2017. With Americans and Canadians being the two leading global investors, this is an ideal forum to meet many of these key decision-makers.
Where are the best opportunities over the short and medium term? Which markets? Which cities? Should you have a stronger focus on the United States, “old” Europe, “new” Europe, Latin America, Asia Pacific, growing markets or emerging markets? What are the major challenges facing investors in each of these cases?
Global Property Market will be held Tuesday, November 29 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. It will be convened jointly with the 25th annual Real Estate Forum, Canada’s largest annual conference for 2,400 senior real estate decision-makers. The Forum will begin immediately following Global Property Market on the evening November 29 and continue through Thursday, December 1.
At these two consecutive events, you will be able to make personal contacts with leading real estate decision-makers and advisors from Canada and abroad, exchange information, and be updated on the latest international investment, leasing, development and financing trends and opportunities.
The Co-Chairs’ reception that will end the program on the evening of November 29 is attended by over 2,400 senior real estate executives from across Canada as well as various other markets around the world.
Co-located with Toronto Real Estate Forum