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The European Private Rented Sector (PRS) Forum

Event : The European Private Rented Sector (PRS) Forum

Wed, 09/04/2014  
Conducted by : IMN – Information Management Network
Contact : Joanna Christopoulos- DeVito

IMN is delighted to present the inaugural European Private Rented Sector (PRS) Forum, taking place 9 April 2014 in London. The private rented sector provides a tremendously fertile market for real estate investors who understand where to find opportunities in a rapidly changing landscape. Armed with an understanding of new financing options, best practices in design and management as well as the demographic trends and government policies that underpin the market, local and international developers, institutional investors, and property managers capitalizing on this opportunity.

Building off of the success of our popular European Real Estate Opportunity & Private Fund Investing conference, this event provides an opportunity for lenders, developers, investors, corporate landlords, and social housing providers to better understand market renting strategies so that they can benefit from a shortage of supply in the private rented sector.

IMN is excited to present an unprecedented opportunity for real estate investors, developers and service providers to get an early foothold in the European Private Rented Sector (PRS). As governments create incentives and more institutional money enters the market, the UK and broader European PRS market is about to enter a new era of scale, allowing for sizeable institutional investment in professionally managed rented property.

Why you should attend the new European PRS Forum:
Demystify the UK and European multi-family housing/private rented sector as an investment class
Identify new financing options that are arising as the credit crisis of recent years subsides
Develop an investment profile for the private rented sector to allow lenders and banks
Reveal demographic trends provide particular opportunities in the areas of both student housing and senior residences
Clarify government incentives designed to encourage investors, builders, and
property managers to address a supply shortage in the private rented sector
Examine best practices from private rental investors in more mature PRS markets such as the US, Germany, the Netherlands, and France
Prepare to provide competitive housing options for the underserved student and senior populations 
 
Who Should Attend
Institutional Investors
Investment Fund Managers
Real Estate Property Managers & Owners
Lenders/ Capital Providers
Real Estate Developers
Operators
Brokers
Government, University, and Care Professionals
Housing Associations
Industry Sector Solution Providers
Consultants
Banks
Corporate Landlords
Law Firms
Construction Companies
Local Planning Authorities
Registered Providers of Social Housing

IMN looks forward to seeing you in London. Don’t forget to reference discount code “GFM” when registering for 10% savings.

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