The Sunday Business Post 5th Annual Property Summit

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The Sunday Business Post 5th Annual Property Summit

Aviva Stadium, Wednesday 5th December 2018

Exploring the latest developments in Ireland's property landscape…

News of Ireland's property market continues to make headlines and top news items on a daily basis. Various predications on this volatile sector abound including fears of overheating, a broken housing market and the impact of Brexit on commercial activity. A year on from the last summit and it's clear that Ireland needs an urgent re-balancing of its property market.

At this year's 5th Annual Property Summit, Residential and Commercial Programmes have been merged so as to ensure a thorough and in-depth analysis of what's happening at all levels of property development and to seek what solutions can be brought to the table to resolve the bottlenecks, flaws and restore confidence. We'll review in detail where Ireland stands at present in terms of residential and commercial development. What's working and what's not? What are the solutions to affordability for our middle class? Where are the opportunities for commercial investors? What is the real demand for housing? Where are we going in terms of investments, tax reform and regulation? What can Ireland learn from other European countries? What lies ahead for 2019? These and other questions will be discussed by leading experts from home and abroad at this year's summit.

The Sunday Business Post's 2018 Property Summit will bring together investors, developers & builders, finance providers & agents to discuss and explore the prospects of the Irish property sector and the practical solutions to overcoming its challenges.


Date:
Wednesday 5th December 2018
Time:
8.40am - 4.00pm
Price:
€250
Address:
Aviva Stadium, Lansdowne Road, Dublin 4, Ireland

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