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AFRICAN REAL ESTATE SUMMIT

Dates: 2 – 3 November 2016

Venue: CTICC, Cape Town, South Africa

Website: www.african-real-estate-summit.com

Twitter:https://twitter.com/ARES_Summit

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/8518271

The African Real Estate Summit, in partnership with WESGRO and UCLG-A, is an international platform that brings together the full spectrum of the African real estate sector.

The African Real Estate Summit will host an investor-led conference where international investors will be able to review a showcase of existing assets, new commercial real estate and planned city developments whilst comparing projected capital returns and rental yields. This will be supported by a deal making exhibition hub with a 3D showcase of the African cities of tomorrow by Town Planners, City Officials &developers from across the continent.

“There is a real need amongst African cities to showcase their development plans and meet and network with investors and expert developers in the commercial real estate sector, the African Real Estate Summit provides this long overdue opportunity”

RehanaBoolay, Investment Promotions Manager, WESGRO

This transactional deal making hub is aimed at providing an opportunity for investors, developers, landowners and the cities themselves to conduct business, sign contracts and develop the future cities of Africa.

  • Meet with investors, developers and City Officials
  • Become the preferred solution provider for cities across Africa
  • Learn from industry experts and key decision makers in Africanreal estate

Africa’s premier showcase of master plans and infrastructure developments invites you to be a part of this summit and network with key-decision makers and stakeholders in the industry.

For more information: www.african-real-estate-summit.com

Apply for sponsorship and delegate bookings please contact Stephan Herman
T: +27 (0) 21 700 3598 | E: [email protected]

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