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REALTY, real estate meeting point

REALTY is the most important gathering of real estate professionals of the year in Belgium and Luxembourg. The event brings you into contact with all key players in the property market – all in one place, in just three days. It's the place where you feel the pulse of real estate and meet up with decision makers.

Over 450 international investors were among the total of 6,732 real estate professionals visiting the 3,231sqm of stand space presented by 127 exhibitors over three days.

High level networking platform

REALTY is a high-level networking platform for key players in the real estate industry. It is a unique platform where you can:

  • discover new trends and ideas
  • gain insights from people with new and different perspectives
  • check the latest projects and meet your future business partners
  • follow qualitative seminars
  • network at the number one gathering for real estate professionals in the Belux in the presence of top politicians
  • discovering investment opportunities and identifying potential partnerships

Smart Cities Event

The second Smart Cities Event will take place on Tuesday 16 May. It's the perfect time where cities can present their projects that shape their city and that will determine the environment of tomorrow.

European Architecture Awards

The European Architecture Awards 2017 will reward outstanding international projects in key sectors such as urban development, housing, industrial, commercial and office buildings, healthcare facilities… Winners will be announced and rewarded during REALTY 2017 on Thursday 18 May 2017.

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Summit, network and get together!

REALTY is an unmissable event for anyone active in real estate. Your visit will bring you up to speed on all important sector wide developments. Moreover, you will be among the first to hear everything about the latest exciting projects.

Brussels

Rudi Vervoort - Minister-President Brussels

"It was necessary to organize a fair like this in Brussels, and I find that since its birth, it has evolved very well. It is always a good opportunity to take stock of projects that are being developed but it also allows us to take a step back and question ourselves during debates and lectures on the meaning of our action and future of our city in the longer term. Let us not forget that that the way we imagine tomorrow's cities will soon concern 75% of the world population and have a decisive impact on the future of humanity... This means our responsibility in this respect and the importance of dialogue between all players of the city ... in this, Realty has an important role to play."

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Kortrijk

Vincent Van Quickenborne - burgemeester

"REALTY has a more personal aspect than other places. As city it is essential for us to see how others cities evaluate and to inspire us."

Charleroi

Paul Magnette - Bourgmestre

"Merci aux organisateurs pour cette formidable initiative. Tout comme la Flandre, il y a quelques années, l’ensemble des villes wallonnes sont en plein réveil. Nous sommes face à une masse importante de projets de redressement urbain à travers tout le territoire wallon. Parmi ces villes, Charleroi est l’une des plus dynamiques avec une réserve foncière extrêmement large et qui se trouve entre les mains du secteur public. En ce sens, ce salon est un moment essentiel pour les villes qui possèdent ce type d’atout. Charleroi a pu, en 2016, faire valoir et faire connaître au secteur de l’immobilier tout son potentiel de développement, ses projets structurants et ses lignes directrices pour créer la ville de demain".

VIDEO REALTY 2016

Record year for REALTY with Belgium in the sweet spot of the property cycle

REALTY’s 2016 real estate trade fair set new records for attracting international investors, exhibitors and general attendees at the Tour & Taxis exhibition grounds in Brussels in late-May. Visitors focused on the greater value being offered by the Belgian market as it lags behind major centres such as London and Paris, with these cities approaching the top of the property cycle.