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08:35 - 08:40
Welcome and foreword
Speaker: Gergely Ditróy, Head of Property Division, Portfolio
08:40 - 08:50
Opening speech – Only change is certain, but are market is stable
Speaker: Noah Steinberg FRICS, Chairman & CEO, WING
08:50 - 09:10
Real estate as a real value - Property market in the light of Agenda 2030
Speaker: Gábor Borbély MRICS, Director, CBRE
09:10 - 10:00
Permanent rearrangement or a slow return to the status quo? – What is in store for the property market?
Was the past year and a half just a bad dream, or has it brought damages, changes and structural transformation from which there is no way back? Sustainability and the survival of the planet have again come to focus after COVID. Certain categories are still struggling spectacularly with uncertainty, while green funds are increasingly finding their ways to suitable assets. What should we leave behind for good, and what are the new focal points in the property market?
Moderator: Dr. Szilárd Kui, Local Partner, DLA Piper
10:00 - 10:30
Coffee break and networking
10:30 - 11:10
"Greenhorn" financing – The weak pun hides billions in available financing, but what are investors looking for?
One year ago, a green bond issue was sufficient to win "Property market innovation of the year" at the Portfolio Property Awards, but Hungarian property firms have issued more than HUF 100 billion in green bonds since then, and green mortgage debentures, the Green Home Programme and green loans are only about to launch. There have been huge changes in the financing market, which will have a substantial impact on projects and investments alike.
Moderator: Gergely Fábián, Managing Director, National Bank of Hungary
11:10 - 11:50
Inflation, supercycle, green funds, perpetual risks. Just a few of the factors that could have a serious effect on the property market in Hungary and abroad on the macroeconomic side. How will these factors reinforce or cancel each other? What economic processes have the biggest impact on domestic projects and investments?
Moderator: Zoltán Bán, CEO, Net Média Zrt. (Portfolio Csoport)
11:50 - 12:40
Conservatively flexible – What should the office segment, with its 4 million square metres on offer, prepare for?
Will we forgo our personal space and crowd around shared desks? Will HR or finance call the shots? Do businesses know what they need at all? How can old properties compete with new ones? What kind of changes and flexibility will tenants require, or already do? Will the vacancy rate rise further, putting pressure on rents? Will the segment split to soaring and tanking sub-markets? What awaits the biggest asset category in Hungary?
Moderator: Balázs Simonyi MRICS, Leasing Director, CPI Hungary
09:30 - 10:15
New ones are coming! - Several hundred thousand square metres of new office space to strain the market in coming years
The "home office v. quarantine office" dilemma is one of the most burning issues for all players in the office market. While existing office buildings are trying to remain competitive along technical, employee well-being and sustainability requirements, greenfield projects have to be attractive to tenants and investors alike amidst rising construction prices, changing tenant requirements (such as infinite flexibility) and tighter regulations.
Moderator: Valter Kalaus MRICS, ügyvezető partner, VLK Cresa
10:15 - 10:30
Sustainable properties in changing energy environment
Speaker: Zoltán Tóth, Head of Solution Sales, E.ON Energiamegoldások Kft.
10:30 - 11:20
Is Hungary's property market vulnerable or stable? - Regional overview and comparison
The property markets of individual countries are affected by a number of external factors, so it is not evident that they are doing equally well in a small region like CEE. What are the strong and weak points of Hungary's property market compared to other countries in the region? How successfully have we weathered the COVID crisis? What will be the best development and investment opportunities in the coming period?
Moderator: dr. Dániel Ódor MRICS, Partner, Taylor Wessing
11:20 - 12:20
Sustainability presentations - Hear what the present has to say and save the future!
We have to work to achieve sustainability, all of us in our own fields. The good example will catch on, but is also helps if tight regulations and even increasingly strong financial interests support our deeper and more aware commitment to going green. These targeted presentations will help in getting closer to the solutions of the present. No time to talk, we must act!
Moderator: Zsombor Barta MRICS, Greenbors Consulting Kft., Founding Partner, HuGBC, President
11:20 - 11:35
Sustainable and predictable real estate development? Start at the foundation!
Based on the experiences of the recent period, professional project preparation has become even more important in the construction industry, which is able to guarantee predictable and risk-free construction even in times full of uncertainty. What kind of solutions are used for this already in deep foundation?
Speaker: Attila Szepesházi, Head of Technical Department, HBM Soletanche Bachy
11:35 - 11:50
Speaker: András Sipos, Sales Manager, Re-Energy Kft.
11:50 - 12:00
There is no green project if the operation is not green
Speaker: Gyula Győri, Facility Management Director, CPI Facility Management Kft.
12:00 - 12:10
Opening the door for sustainability
Speaker: Milán Csuka, Project Developer, Reynaers Aluminium Kft.
12:10 - 12:20
The future city is green and livable - what does Liget do for this?
Speaker: Balázs Jelinek, Deputy CEO – Operations, Városliget Zrt.
13:50 - 14:05
Presentation - Construction industry
Speaker: Dr. Csilla Rázsóné Szórády, vezérigazgató, újHÁZ Centrum
14:05 - 14:45
Material costs unchained! – What will happen to projects?
There is no more burning issue at present than the soaring construction material prices, which have a huge impact on the property market, and the government's attempts to rein in prices. But what good will it do? Can prices be pushed down and supply problems alleviated? Or does it all depend on global trends? Can commodities that have become expensive be cheap once again? Will there also be flexibility downwards? What does the construction industry have in store for the property market?
Moderator: Gábor Kiss, Managing Director, Metrodom Kivitelező Kft.
14:45 - 14:55
How can Graphisoft create technical data assets for real estate developers?
Speaker: Péter Reicher..
14:55 - 15:35
What is equity looking for? – Challenges for investors and increasingly green expectations
Investment strategies in the post-COVID, pre-climate disaster market. This is an incredibly uncertain period for investors, as they have to invest the funds coming in into profitable, high-yield assets amidst huge risks and uncertainty. While ESG, green bonds and green investment funds are soaring, they still need to find suitable properties. The fight for green has started as the race for high and safe returns continues. Are there good alternative solutions or will core assets prevail?
Moderator: Bálint Botos CFA, Managing Partner, Forestay RE Fund Management
15:35 - 15:55
Coffee break and networking
13:40 - 14:25
Housing market: Spectacular and justified pressure
From now on, gardens and kitchen tiles will not be the only green things in homes! But how much can customers take? While regulations are tightening, construction costs are rising, and the loan moratorium and the period of government grants and incentives are ending, green housing loans are about to launch. Will there be a sequel? What factors will shape the housing market in Hungary? Is there any chance to be institutionalised?
Moderator: Gergely Nagy, Deputy Managing Director – Budapest Region, OTP Group
14:25 - 14:40
Smart cities, smart buildings
Speaker: Andor Gál, Business Solutions Manager, Telenor Hungary Zrt.
14:40 - 15:20
Hotel market: Leisure vs. business – Resurrection for one, coma for the other?
What awaits the hotel market? Will a merciless wave of purging sweep across the segment once the moratorium expires? Will there also be winners, or only losers? Why are hundreds of hotel rooms still being built to this day? The hotel industry is the primary victim of the pandemic, but what do market players expect?
Moderator: Mr. Attila Hegedűs MRICS, partner, ügyvezető, Dentons Europe Consulting Ingatlan és Turizmus Tanácsadó Kft.
15:20 - 15:25
Coffee break and networking break
15:25 - 16:05
Retail: Shopping vs. buying
Malls are not about to give up! Transformation, re-planning, experience-based shopping, a location for meetings and leisure. The time has come to split up. Conscious consumers will fatten e-commerce, while those who prefer browsing will continue to attend the shrines of consumption in malls.
Moderator: Gábor Vörös, Managing Director, Head of CEE Real Estate Financing, UniCredit
16:05 - 16:50
Nominees for the "Concept of the Year" award – Projects of the future
Seven-minute project presentations on the latest property developments, with the audience deciding the winner! Don't miss the vote! Last year, a mere two votes separated first and second.
Moderator: Roxána Pásztor, Analyst, Portfolio
16:05 - 16:10
QUBES / Join the evolution of office space
Speaker: Mazzá Fabrizio, Business Developmentand Partnership Manager, HubHub and QUBES by HB Reavis
16:10 - 16:15
First TRIBE hotel is coming to Hungary!
Speaker: László Balassa, Project Director, Futureal-Group
16:20 - 16:25
BakerStreet I & II – High-tech offices now in two unconventional buildings
Speaker: Máté Galambos, Leasing Manager, Atenor Hungary
16:25 - 16:30
LAKE11 Home&Park_Lakeside homes in Buda by Atenor
Speaker: Gabriella Szörcsök, Residential Sales Manager, Atenor
16:30 - 16:35
BudaPart Downtown, the new multifunctional building of the quarter of Buda
Speaker: Mariann Tóth, bérbeadási igazgató, Property Market Kft.
16:35 - 16:40
ParkSide Offices. Your Office by Choice
Speaker: Kata Mazsaroff, bérbeadási és vagyonkezelési igazgató (Magyarország és Románia), Skanska
16:40 - 16:50
Centerpoint – Új központ a Váci úton
Speaker: Eszter Losonci-Várnai, Leasing Director, GTC Magyarország Ingatlanfejlesztő Zrt.
15:55 - 16:45
Logistics: The segment that just laid back during the pandemic and ordered another coffee. Or did it?
New entrants, incumbents switching gears, regional competition, changing rules, huge demand, changing requirements and enormous interest from the Far East characterise the market of logistics and industrial properties. Is it sufficient to lay back and harvest the fruit as it ripens, or does long-term success require hard work and preparations in the present?
Moderator: Rudolf Nemes, CEO, HelloParks
Organisation, general questions