2024 PIPA Brisbane Breakfast Seminar

    May 2024Karen Millers
    2024 PIPA Brisbane Breakfast Seminar


    Friday 3 May 2024    
    7:00 am - 9:30 am


    Bookings closed


    Hilton Hotel
    Hilton Hotel, 190 Elizabeth Street, Brisbane, Queensland, 4000



    Join us for a morning of exploration as we delve deep into the current issues dominating real estate in Queensland.“A Queensland Market Update” at the 2024 PIPA Brisbane Breakfast Seminar is your opportunity to gain valuable insights from industry experts and keep abreast of the latest trends and data.

    Our expert panel will dissect and discuss the nuances of the Queensland real estate market, providing you with a comprehensive overview of current market conditions, opportunities and challenges. Bring your questions too – our panel will be only too happy to share their personal and professional insights.

    In this session, we’ll also hear from Mike Mortlock, Managing Director at MCG Quantity Surveyors. Mike will present new industry research into investor behaviour as well as the latest in depreciation.

    Our expert panel:

    Cameron Kusher, Executive Manager Economic Research, REA Group

    Melinda Jennison, President, REBAA

    Terry Ryder, Director, Hotspotting

    Moderated by:

    Lachlan Vidler, Academic, UNSW Business School

    Depreciation session:

    Mike Mortlock, Managing Director, MCG Quantity Surveyors

    Why attend?

    Whether you work in the property investment sector, are a seasoned investor or are simply interested in understanding the ins and outs of the Queensland real estate market, the Queensland Market Update at the PIPA Brisbane Breakfast Seminar is the perfect platform to gain knowledge and network with like-minded individuals.

    Don’t miss out on this exclusive opportunity to kick-start your day with a hearty breakfast, stimulating discussions and expert insights.

    PIPA members will also earn 5 CPD points.


    Purchase your tickets for this event now.


    This event is fully booked.

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