This year’s conference will focus on keeping up the Philippine real estate industry’s present momentum.
For a while now, the Philippine real estate industry has been enjoying tremendous growth as seen in the rise in demand for residential and commercial developments. Not only that, there’s also been a renewed interest in sustainability as well as in preserving existing real estate landscapes, proving even more that the country’s property scene is doing extremely well.
The Chamber of Real Estate and Builders’ Associations, Inc. (CREBA) wants to make sure it stays that way by making it the main focus on the 23rd annual CREBA National Convention, happening on October 15-18, 2014 at the Diversion 21 Hotel in Iloilo City. Themed “Ensuring Decades of Growth,” the convention seeks to find best practices that will sustain the progress of the local property sector, which will in turn “reinforce the commitment of industry stakeholders to advance land and housing as a primary catalyst for economic and social progress.”
The four-day event will primarily focus on subjects like Philippine real estate and housing, the public sector, and future developments. To keep the attendees’ spirits up, the association has also organized activities like the CREBA Golf Cup, a fellowship and talent night, and a gala and recognition night.
Early bird rates (Php 4,500 for members and Php 5,500 for non-members) will be offered until August 15. From August 16 onwards, regular rates (Php 5,500 for members and Php 6,500 for non-members) will apply.
For inquiries, contact CREBA at 373-2270 to 75, email them at email@example.com, or visit their website at www.creba.ph.