Knight Frank CEO to present future Real Estate trends at 4th Annual Design Mission
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Coming in as a heavyweight in the Real Estate investment sector, property specialist and CEO of Knight Frank South Africa, Richard Hardie, will share his intellectual acumen with leading international investors, developers, architects and interior and building professionals set to attend the 4thAnnual Design Mission taking place on the 6th and 7thDecember at the Hilton Sandton in Johannesburg.
As the largest independent property consultancy in the world with a global reach of over 418 offices across 60 countries, Knight Frank, is renowned for delivering consistent, professional advice from its network of overseas offices through a global, shared network of the wealthiest buyers and finest properties around the world.
An exclusive closed-door initiative Design Mission Africa will once again bring together C-level dignitaries under one roof where Hardie will be focussing on trends and highlights for the sub-Saharan regions under the key influences currently trending in real estate. These include the continents rapid population growth which will keep the residential sector resilient; underpinned by its rapid infrastructural development.
Well placed to understand the full spectrum of real estate investment market, Hardie comments, "Africa has a young, entrepreneurial and burgeoning working population with some of our largest cities also some of the fastest-growing urban areas in the world. This, together with the adoption of modern construction practices, cutting-edge green technologies and developments in building materials for a more sustainable and energy-efficient future, we have a region ripe for development for those with an eye for the future."
Event hosts Design Mission Africa supports the collaborative progression and networking of the real-estate sector in South Africa through this and similar networking opportunities, to enable participants and blue-chip investor and development associates to build targeted connections and look to future trends for investment.
Author: Knight Frank