REALTY, the venue for real estate professionals 

REALTY has matured to become the ’not to be missed event’ where around 7,000 real estate professionals meet to talk about
real estate and the future of the cities.
We are becoming the personification of a strong community where the future of our market is designed and build
Our goal is to provide our community with a good view on market evolutions and allow them to exchange on today’s challenges and opportunities.

At REALTY, 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.

"We don’t believe in the ‘us vs them’- story. We believe in a story where we build the future cities together." - Kristiaan Borret

Innovation pavilion

powered by Proximus

At Realty, innovation and digitization is a big concern.
Because we are convinced that consumers have changed. Because we are aware that plenty of new technologies and innovative fast-growing startups are refining, or reinventing the products and services of the industry, changing the way professionals work, and the way consumers interact with the market. We decided to create together with Idriss Goossens from PropTech Belgium a pavilion dedicated to new technologies and innovative solutions!




This is the official REALTY 2017 aftermovie. Thanks to all visitors, exhibitors, partners and everyone else who made this 9th edition such a success. Please join the conversation on Twitter and write the real estate story with us for the 10th edition, REALTY 2018!


VLOG: Bart Somers

What thinks the man who has just been elected as the best mayor in the world about urban development? He had an important message for Realty visitors. 



Vlog: Tom Murphy

"Dare to look forward. Even if you continue to say it's impossible. "That said Thomas Murphy, the former mayor of US Pittsburgh. It was immediately a strong, optimistic message heard by Belgian real estate professionals. Even in a country where real estate developments protest more than once.



Today, 54% of the world’s population lives in urban areas, a proportion that will increase to 66% by 2050.

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