Pacific Rim Real Estate Society
20th Annual Conference,
January 19th - 22nd
Lincoln, Christchurch, New Zealand

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Resilient Communities: Providing for the Future


Lincoln University, and the Pacific Rim Real Estate Society announce a call for abstracts and papers for the 19th Pacific Rim Real Estate Society Conference

Potential topics include:

  • Green buildings
  • Affordable housing
  • Global property markets
  • Property investment
  • Property valuation
  • Real estate risk management
  • Corporate real estate
  • Property portfolio management
  • Property development
  • Property market analysis
  • Property education
  • Land economics
  • Changing workspace requirements
  • Behavioural Real Estate



Submission Deadlines

23rd August: Submission of refereed and non-refereed abstracts
Abstracts to be sent to Gary Garner,
Lincoln University, Email:

13th September: Acceptance of abstracts

30th September: Submission of refereed papers
Refereed papers to be sent to Zhi Dong,
University of Auckland, Email:

9th December: Acceptance of Refereed Papers

Note: 31st October – Early Bird Registration closes

Conference abstracts must be submitted using the appropriate template. Download the Abstract Template.

The template follows the style conventions from the Pacific Rim Property Real Estate Journal and authors should follow the same conventions for listing multiple authors. View a recent paper for an example

The number of paper abstracts as Principal Author is limited to two (at discretion of the Program Chair).

Papers should be full papers including a conclusion. Works in progress may be presented as a power point rather than as a paper.

Various PRRES awards and prizes are offered-full details available on the PRRES website: View PRRES prizes

Masters, doctoral and other higher degree research students are invited to participate in the mentored Postgraduate Colloquium on Sunday. Futher details are available at Colloquium
Chyi Lin Lee
is the Postgraduate Colloquium Coordinator supported by Sharon Yam.  Please contact Chyi Lee:
or Sharon Yam: for further information. 

The Second International Feasibility Competition will be held at Lincoln. Competing teams of four students from interested Universities are provided with a real life scenario prior to the conference and have five weeks to collect data necessary to carry out an in-depth analysis and to prepare a proposal addressing the key issues of the business using financial analysis by Estate Master Software.  If you want to know about the competition please email Connie Susilawati ( the International Feasibility Competition Convener.

All female delegates are invited to attend the Women’s Breakfast to be held during the Conference. To register your interest please contact Jane Simpson: