Webinar about Big Data in real estate: how does this work, what is possible and what isn't?
Webinar about how urban investments must prove themselves via their contribution to the agglomerative strength of cities, and therefore to their competitive position.
On Thursday 31 October, Dirk Brounen, Lars Paantjens MRE and Menno Maas discussed thinking in terms of options within area-specific development.
The risk of investing in real estate was always relatively low, the returns were attractive and competitive, and real estate offered protection against inflation.
The real estate sector has been prominent in the media over the past few years, but rarely in a positive sense unfortunately, but to what extent do newspaper headlines actually correspond to what is actually happening in the market?
During this live on-site webinar, Dirk Brounen (TIAS School for Business and Society) and Patty Zuidhoek (Triodos Bank) discuss the theory and practice that can allow real estate entrepreneurs to realise new opportunities and ensure improvements in care.
The Netherlands needs new forms of cities, both in terms of results for city and country as well as the process towards this.
During this on-site webinar, Dirk Brounen (TIAS School for Business and Society) and Geurt van Randeraat (MCD & Site) discuss specific opportunities for breathing new life into problematic real estate.
Care and real estate: two markets full of challenges.
Is the Dutch real estate market still an attractive option for our pension money and how do pension funds come to their final decision?
During this webinar Ingrid Janssen will discuss the future of the middle segment in the housing market.
What qualities do we need to protect and what weaknesses must we resolve, and in particular how?
What does future hold for our sacred homes now that negotiations held at Dutch prime minister's official residence have failed?
“Never waste a good crisis.”
What does the Greek financial tragedy now mean for your real estate plans?
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