The African Property Investment Summit Returns to Johannesburg

Posted On Monday, 02 September 2013 16:00 Published by eProp Commercial Property News
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The foremost gathering focusing on African property investment and development will be held at the Sandton Sun Hotel, Johannesburg,South Africa.

Property-Housing-ResidentialFollowing successful events in previous years, The African Property Investment Summit 2013 will present delegates and speakers with a professional platform to discuss the wide range of benefits associated with real estate investment in Africa.

There is little doubt that real estate and infrastructure investment is a primary driver of growth on the continent.

In the years since the global financial crisis took place Africa has advanced at a rate of six percent with minimal Debt/GDP ratios, with many citing the availability, quality and affordability of property related investments as a catalyst for future sustainable development.

As this market begins to blossom many international stakeholders now feel that African property investment opportunities are now more attractive than those found in fellow developing markets.

The African Property Investment Summit 2013 offers a platform for professionals within the real estate, retail, financial services, construction and hospitality sectors to learn more about the exciting opportunities currently available within the local market.

Drawing upon the leading minds in this arena, the summit will yet again offer professionals the opportunity to share their experience, enjoy insightful debate and network with fellow industry specialists.

Key topics include a study of international approaches to property investment in Africa, legal elements pertaining to African real estate, the importance of Africa’s rising middle class and opportunities for the retail and hospitality sectors on the continent.

Principally sponsored and supported by Liberty Properties, Broll Property Group and Webber Wentzel, the African Property Investment Summit promises to build upon the success it achieved in previous years by delivering an insightful assessment of the African property investment market as a whole.

“We are delighted to welcome delegates from 21 countries to this year’sAfrica Property Investment Summit. The amount of property investment opportunities on the continent has grown exponentially in recent years.

With so many international investors displaying interest in local markets there hasn’t been a better time to gather like minded professionals to discuss topics of relevance in the industry” comments Muhammad Joosub, Commercial Manager of the Africa Property Investment Summit.

Last modified on Friday, 30 May 2014 09:28

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