The Baltic Real Estate Market in Q2 – Beyond COVID-19: A webinar
Q2 2020 came with a global market downturn. There was no industry left unaffected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Being at the core of most businesses, the real estate industry suffered a particularly heavy blow.
With a willingness to diversify portfolios, real estate remains an attractive asset class offering yield and there’s a higher level of equity waiting to be deployed than there was post-GFC.
The pandemic wasn’t as severe in the Baltic states as it was elsewhere, but can the same be said about its impact on the market?
- What have the exact consequences been for the industrial, offices and retail segments?
- What are the implications for investment in the region?
- What can we expect now that most markets are slowly exiting the lockdown?
All these questions will be explored at our next webinar – “The Baltic Real Estate Market in Q2 – Beyond COVID-19”.
Attendees will be the first to hear the latest findings from the Q2 2020 report of Colliers Baltics.
Angela Kolesnikova, Partner and Director of the Investment Department at Colliers Baltics, will explore the investment sector, to what extent the predictions of Q1 have matched the reality, and what to expect in the upcoming months.
Agija Verdina, Associate Director of the Research and Advisory Department at Colliers Baltics, will explore the Q2 in numbers for the industrial, offices and retail segments in each of the three Baltic states.
The webinar will take place on Thursday, 9 July at 14:00 – 14:45 EET. The number of seats is limited. To secure a place, everyone is invited to fill out this registration form as soon as possible.
The webinar is part of the Baltic Real Estate Leaders (BREL) Forum – the biggest real estate and investment event in the Baltics, renowned for the quality and top level networking opportunities. The forum takes place on 6 November 2020 and has introduced new favourable conditions to support its attendees. To find out more and book a seat, click here.
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