HOW IS THE MONTRÉAL RENTAL HOUSING MARKET PERFORMING AT THIS STAGE IN THE PANDEMIC?
The 17th annual Québec Apartment Investment Conference has been designed to offer valuable insights to owners, managers, developers, investors and lenders including major trends and opportunities in Canada’s largest multi-unit residential market.
Why is this property class in Montréal and surrounding communities continuing to perform reasonably well during these very unusual and challenging times? To what extent has this market actually been affected by COVID-19? How will it perform over the next twelve months? What and where are the challenges and opportunities during the pandemic and looking into the future?
Fact: During the past year, the Montréal CMA has absorbed some 10,000 new apartments.
Notwithstanding the once-in-a-lifetime public health crisis, the greater Montréal area continues to be an extremely attractive place to live and conduct business. This has helped maintain its status as a safe haven for investment – even considering today’s uncertainty. You will learn important details on this theme in this program.
This conference has evolved since its inception in 2004 to become the largest annual conference on investment, development, leasing and financing in this resilient multi-residential market.
Do join us on March 23 & 24, 2021 for the Québec Apartment Investment Conference, for the first time held virtually to eliminate any health risks associated with physically attending an in-person event. Extensive opportunities for networking prior to, during, and following the program will be available in this tried and tested virtual platform being used.
The Québec Apartment Investment Conference is organized by the producers of The Real Estate Forums with the input of apartment owners, lenders, brokers, and valuators.
In keeping with the strong reputation of the Forums, the conference offers high quality speakers on very topical issues at a relatively low registration price. Since the event will be produced virtually, the fees are 30% lower than face-to-face.
Attendance will also qualify for a range of continuing education credits including OACIQ, AMF and Barreau du Québec. We hope you take advantage of this key and informative event.