Round table "Development of real estate market in Europe", March 2012.
On March 26-27, 2012 at the BARCELO ERESIN HOTEL TOPKAPI, Istanbul a roundtable was hold.
The development of real estate market in Europe was discussed.
Among the speakers were: Riza Kaymakchy (President of EMFED), Karabet Hemengyul (Vice President of EMFED), Aleksantr Romanenko (President of FIABCI), Telman Abbasov (president of FIABCI - Ukraine), Anthony Wirth (President FIABCI- Bulgaria), Isik Gokkaya (President of GYODER), Ozlem Gokce (representative of GYODER), Metin Yesil (president of inventory control association), Ahmet Alp Vefik (professor, architect), Yuksel Hamzaoglu (chairman of construction company Mutlu), Nuri Ozelmandzhykly (chairman of courses on real estate), Resul Medin (honorary president of EMFED), mudflows Gokce (association president), Mehmet Sert (association president MILIMDER), Ali Cola (Vice President of the Association LEMDER).
On March 28-29 in Halic Congress Center, Istanbul, Turkey, a meeting dedicated to the development of the real estate market was held. The meeting was organized by ArkiPARC. The event included presentations of professionals - architects, town planners, lawyers, land surveyors. It is noteworthy that among the speakers were representatives of the authorities, that shows officials not indifferent to the situation in the global real estate market during the crisis.
The President of FIABCI Ukraine, General Director of the "Group of companies" Title" Telman Abbasov represented his report on the development of the real estate market in Ukraine. He described the development strategy for way of stability and sustainability of the real estate market in Ukraine. President FIABCI Ukraine shared his experience in the development of real estate market in Ukraine, and pointed out that the real estate market in Turkey has great potential for development, as it is interesting for investors and businessmen.
After the event, all participants had the opportunity communicate in informal atmosphere and once more discuss the agenda.