MIPIM - The world's leading property market

March 15, 2019 | France

The role of real estate in the economic equation is changing. The priority of industry players is now to manage risk as new revenue streams open up, helped by new drivers including Evolving new technology and human behavior, which is transforming the nature of real estate as an investment, and as a product or service we use as consumers. People-centricity as a key factor for growing a successful business. Government regulation pushing sustainability up the real estate agenda as energy prices rise and the impact of climate change becomes real. The need for investors and owners to improve asset performance and manage the broader range of risks emerging.

Spotlight

This paper summarizes changes in housing prices during the recent U.S. boom and bust from various geographic perspectives. Nationally, the Standard & Poor’s/Case-Shiller house price index more than doubled in nominal terms during the boom and has fallen by roughly a third subsequently. During the boom, housing prices tended to rise much faster in metropolitan areas in the East and West Coast regions than in the country’s interior. After adjusting for inflation, 7 of 19 metropolitan areas have experienced real declines in housing prices from the start of the boom to the present.


OTHER PAST CONFERENCES

National Forums Symposium 2022

May 10-12, 2022 | USA

NAIOP’s National Forums Symposium brings together prominent industry professionals from across North America to share best practices, strengthen relationships with fellow Forums partners, and identify how best to capitalize on business opportunities. Learn more about NAIOP’s National Forums program.

Commercial Property Law Update 2022

June 15, 2022 | UK

The demand for increased flexibility in lease terms means tenants are looking to change use, carry out alterations and share occupation, as well as looking to negotiate pandemic clauses, recast rental arrangements, vary term lengths and rethink the extent of their demise. Both the lawyer documenting any lease variations and the agent negotiating heads of terms need to be aware of the potential for serious problems to be created, such as conferring security of tenure, adverse impact on rent review, and additional SDLT liability, and be able to structure deals so as to avoid them. Not all lease variations are easily identified as such Guarantors and former tenants may be released from obligations Clarity is needed as to the position of successors in title Revised rental arrangements will have an impact on other lease terms Incorporating lease terms by reference in supplemental leases requires a sharp eye for detail

PERE Europe Summit 2022

June 14-16, 2022 | UK

Understand where the greatest opportunities exist across EMEA private real estate markets at the 17th annual PERE Europe Summit on 14-16 June 2022. Connect with the region’s most influential institutional investors, fund and asset managers, developers, and strategic partners to scale and align your investment strategies to the essential real estate of the future. Build lasting relationships, Discover investment opportunities, Understand local trends and challenges across Europe’s leading markets

Commercial Real Estate Symposium

April 25-26, 2022 | USA

eXp Commercial is hosting the Commercial Real Estate Symposium on April 25-26, 2022, in the virtual eXp Commercial Campus. Hear from the industry’s top leaders, national economists, and thriving entrepreneurs on the future of commercial real estate. The Commercial Real Estate Symposium is open to real estate licensees and will feature networking opportunities, breakout sessions, and giveaways.

Spotlight

This paper summarizes changes in housing prices during the recent U.S. boom and bust from various geographic perspectives. Nationally, the Standard & Poor’s/Case-Shiller house price index more than doubled in nominal terms during the boom and has fallen by roughly a third subsequently. During the boom, housing prices tended to rise much faster in metropolitan areas in the East and West Coast regions than in the country’s interior. After adjusting for inflation, 7 of 19 metropolitan areas have experienced real declines in housing prices from the start of the boom to the present.

resources