Jargon Busting: London Home Show in 30 seconds or less

What is the London Home Show? Is it just for first time buyers? What can I expect on the day?

As part of our Jargon Busting in 30 seconds or less mini-series, we’ve explained exactly what the London Home Show is and what you can expect if you attend this bi-annual event.

The London Home Show is an exhibition style event hosted by us here at Share to Buy.

The event is aimed at helping buyers get a foot onto the property ladder via affordable home ownership schemes such as Shared Ownership and Help to Buy.

Taking place every March and September at the QEII Centre in Westminster, the London Home Show brings together housing providers, conveyancing solicitors and mortgage advisers, meaning that you can have all of your home buying questions answered under one roof.

So what can you expect if you attend?

  • Face to face conversations with London’s biggest providers of affordable homes.
  • Free impartial advice from mortgage advisers and conveyancing solicitors.
  • Advice on the home buying process; it doesn’t matter whether you’re a first time buyer, upsizer, downsizer or coming up to retirement!
  • Live Ask the Expert Q&A sessions, featuring a panel of housing experts covering everything from the basics of Shared Ownership and Help to Buy, to perfecting your credit score and understanding eligibility criteria.
  • Exhibitors will be showcasing the best of their available and upcoming developments across London and the Home Counties.
  • Tickets are completely free, however you do need to register to attend.

The next London Home Show is taking place on Saturday 22nd September. You can register for your free tickets at sharetobuy.com/homeshow.

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