American Chamber of Commerce
in the Czech Republic
2.02.2023, 09:00 - 2.02.2023, 10:00
AmCham Offices, Dušní 10, Prague 110 00 Show on map
Much depends on housing prices. Workforce mobility, for instance. Wage levels, for another. We hear a great deal about how immigration has hurt companies' ability to grow. Less talk is devoted to how inadequate and uncoordinated land use planning, unpredictable permit processes have hindered the growth of the innovative economy, including start-ups. The era of cheap debt appears over, at least temporarily. The promise of working-from-anywhere- which inspired young couples to buy chatas to convert into homes, is now threatened by the government's proposed regulation of working anywhere but in the office. National fear of a currency devaluation- which pushed people to place their savings in the property market- is being challenged by worries that property prices can also be devalued.
AmCham's Real Estate Council has prepared an overview of the residentail sector for executives responsible for gauging how the cost of the living will impact their labor costs and for investors who want to know the upsides and the risks for their money in the residential market.
1. Market Statistics
Financial Advisory, Real Estate and Construction, Deloitte
2. Market Outlook
Managing Director, JAN Reality, JAN Hospitality
3. Developer´s Viewpoint
Marketing and Communications Director, Skanska Residential Development
4. Investor’s Viewpoint
Managing Director, Head of Investment, Eastern Europe, Heimstaden
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