Having attended Mapic for a number of years now, we have established strong relationships with international retail clients, retail investors and developers.
These relationships have allowed us to deeply understand the real challenges companies are facing when looking to expand into Europe. This has allowed us to showcase our experience and insight to ensure companies avoid the many business and legal pitfalls that are lurking when looking to invest in the Spanish and European markets and help them benefit from the opportunities that exist.
Spain is a thriving real estate market and whilst prices are still modest it is growing at an immense speed with investment up by 5 times what it was at its lowest point in 2012. Foreign and domestic investors are bullish on Spain’s commercial real estate (CRE) sector – with hotels, offices, logistics and shopping centres figuring as the most sought-after asset classes.
So, why not visit us at our stand R7:C21, where will be on hand to elaborate on the opportunities that exist and talk to you individually about any of your needs and requirements.
We can help you:
- UNDERSTAND: This is a great opportunity for you to have an informal face to face meeting with one of our senior legal and business advisors enabling us to understand your requirements.
- EXPLAIN: Commercial property legislation in Spain is different from region to region. Whilst one area may be more retail friendly another can be more complex. Therefore, we are able to explain the most common mistakes made when considering the Spanish and European markets which you should endeavour to avoid and explain the solutions to the key legal challenges.
- CONNECT: Once we have had an opportunity to understand your needs and requirements we would be happy to connect you with key players who could be of interest for you.
Let us help you maximise your visit to MAPIC 2016
Visit us at Stand R7:C21
If you would like to schedule a meeting with our team, please contact Mandeep Johal to coordinate a mutually convenient date and time during Mapic 2016.