THE state of the country’s real estate and existent opportunities will come under the spotlight at the forthcoming Zimbabwe Real Estate Investment summit on November 28.
Report by Acting Business Editor
The summit organised by the Real Estate Investor Zimbabwe is aimed at informing various stakeholders about the trends, performances, developments and aggregation of the property (real estate) market.
It also seeks to promote Zimbabwe as an investment destination in general and the property sector in particular.
Internationally renowned investor, author and educator Dolf de Roos will be the guest at the event.
Economic Planning and Investment Promotion minister Tapiwa Mashakada, South African property Investor and publisher Neale Petersen and Mashonaland Holdings chief property manager David Mutemachani are some of the guests who will address the summit.
Topics under discussion include how the Zimbabwean economic fundamentals are faring and how real estate investment
There will be an overview of Zimbabwe’s real estate: Post crisis review and analysis of future trends, financial remedies and opportunities for local real estate industry and whether or not local properties are correctly valued.
“The Real Estate Investment summit is an exciting, high-level and big decision-making forum. It provides a strong and powerful marketing tool,” event organisers have said.
“This annual event will become the country’s premier real estate investment discussion, offering unprecedented learning and network experience, all intended to transform the property industry.”
The summit was expected to unlock impediments to property finance and investment and ensure effective participation by Zimbabweans both locally and abroad.
About Dolf de Roos
He has run public seminars throughout Australia, New Zealand, Asia, North America and Europe trained real estate agents, written and published eight best-selling property books including the New York Times best seller Real Estate Riches, as well as introduced software to both analyse and manage investment property. Consequently, his views on property are esteemed and he is often asked to address investors’ conferences, appear on radio shows, and take part in television debates.