2013 Property Market Update

2013 Property Market Update

VIC
Jul 31

For registration information please contact Ricky Papara on 03 9652 8414.

 

Speakers

Brian McGovern, Executive Director Real Estate, Institutional Banking and Markets, Commonwealth Bank of Australia
Steven Sewell, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, Federation Centres
See the event detail page for full program

 

 Public event
 31/07/2013
 RACV Club, Level 2, 501 Bourke Street, Melbourne, VIC

 Property/Housing
 Lunch (11.15am to 2.00pm)

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EVENT OVERVIEW

Activity in commercial and retail property markets are good indicators of how business, consumers and investors are feeling about broader economic conditions. Property markets have certainly been impacted by the global downturn yet some commentary suggests that in some parts of the commercial sector, the tide is turning.

CEDA's 2013 Property Market update will provide insights into the current condition of the office and retail property markets and will:

  • Look at market dynamics and demand for property in the post-GFC climate;
  • Assess interest from foreign investors and Australian Real Estate Investment Trusts in the sector;
  • Discuss the interaction between government policy, investment and performance; and
  • Present the outlook for retail property given lower consumer confidence and the increase rise of online.

MEET THE SPEAKERS

Nerida Conisbee
National Director Research, Colliers International

Brian McGovern
Executive Director Real Estate, Institutional Banking and Markets
Commonwealth Bank of Australia

Roger Scrivener
Director, Urbis

Steven Sewell
Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, Federation Centres

 

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Registration fees (incl GST)

 

CEDA members and guests

$170 per person
$1292 table x 8
$1615 table x 10

Non members

$300 per person

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  • Payment via credit card - a tax invoice/receipt will be emailed to you for accounting purposes.
  • Payment via EFT or cheque - a tax invoice will be emailed to you together with details on how to make payment by EFT or cheque.

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