The kick-off of the first edition of the “Immo Expo by Avito” exhibition took place on Thursday, November 23, 2023, in Casablanca. This event provided a meeting place for real estate professionals and individuals who had the opportunity to discover the latest developments in the Moroccan real estate market.

This four-day event, organized by Avito under the auspices of the Ministry of National Territory Planning, Urbanism, Housing, and City Policy, aims to create a meeting point for real estate professionals and individuals interested in the market. It highlights the latest trends, innovations, and opportunities in the field.

The first edition of “Immo Expo by Avito” saw the participation of major national developers, including CGI Assafa Bayt, Alliances, Akwa Immo, Damane Immo, Arena Properties, Douja Promotion with its subsidiaries Addoha, Prestigia, and Coralia, as well as Felsab Imm, Beau Living Les Résidences Sans Pareil, Serraj Immobilier, Ben Moussa Immobilier…

A particularly interesting aspect of this event is the focus on direct interaction between professionals and the public. Visitors have the opportunity to meet experts, discuss market trends with about thirty exhibitors, and even explore exclusive offers.

On this occasion, Zakaria Ghassouli, CEO of, mentioned that “the idea of organizing a real estate exhibition came to ensure a physical space where our users can directly meet developers and experts.” He added that “this first physical one-stop-shop experience will improve the number of visitors to the real estate category on Avito, as well as the number of transactions.”

The president of the National Federation of Real Estate Developers (FNPI), Taoufik Kamil, stated that “the real estate sector is important for the development of the Kingdom’s economy. However, a noticeable lack of offerings affects the middle class, and thanks to the new Housing Assistance Program initiated by His Majesty King Mohammed VI, we are witnessing a major transformation for this class.”

Anis Benjelloun, vice-president of the FNPI, emphasized that “this sector employs more than a million people and has experienced a decline in construction permit applications in recent years, due in particular to inflation and the rise in construction material prices. We hope that the new program, supported by His Majesty the King, will give a new impetus to the sector’s revival.”

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