With copper price gains, returning market confidence post-election and a period of exchange rate stability the future for Zambia’s economy and subsequently its real estate sector looks bright again. However, bold steps and action are needed from both private and public sector to ensure prosperity for the local real estate market. This year’s forum delves into the future with a specific focus on how the Zambian real estate landscape will take shape in the next three years and what needs to be done now to ensure this growth is achieved.
What actions and key issues need to be implemented in order to propel the local property market to new heights? Where are the future growth nodes and how will the cities of Lusaka and Ndola evolve in the hope of becoming major key African Cities?
TAPPING INTO THE REAL ESTATE POTENTIAL OF ZAMBIA’S COPPERBELT
UNLOCKING REAL ESTATE FINANCING: New products, new ideas and a more collaborative effort to local funding solutions
FUTURE PROPERTY GROWTH NODES: Unpacking the MFEZ Opportunity & Insight into the Lusaka Urban Development Plan
PROJECT DELIVERY AND MANAGEMENT IN ZAMBIA: A deep dive step by step look into a successful real estate developments in Zambia
ZAMBIAN PENSION FUNDS AND THEIR GROWING INFLUENCE ON THE LOCAL PROPERTY MARKET
NEW REGULATORY FRAMEWORKS FOR A MORE TRANSPARENT AND FLUID PROPERTY INDUSTRY
A LOOK INTO EMERGING REAL ESTATE SECTORS: Healthcare, education, student housing and logistics
RETAIL REVIEW: Swallowing up current demand and innovating for future projects
URBAN RENEWAL: Transforming Zambia’s slums into inclusive urban areas
A SHIFT IN THE ZAMBIAN HOUSING LANDSCAPE: Are end-users and buyers moving with the changing landscape?