Saturday 23rd March saw over 4,000 potential buyers attend the London Home Show Spring 2019 – the capital’s biggest event for first time buyers! The free-to-attend event, hosted by Share to Buy, was the biggest to date with 55 exhibitors all under one roof. A range of Shared Ownership and Help to Buy providers, alongside…
London Home Show Spring 2019
Following the success of the autumn event which welcomed over 3,800 prospective buyers, Share to Buy’s London Home Show will return to the Queen Elizabeth II Centre in Westminster on Saturday 23rd March 2019, between 11am to 5pm.
In partnership with Shared Ownership Week, the event will host London’s leading housing providers with exhibitors offering free advice on alternative home buying schemes such as Shared Ownership and Help to Buy.
With hundreds of properties available across London and the Home Counties, the biggest names in housing will be present on the day, including L&Q, Clarion Housing, Notting Hill Genesis, Southern Home Ownership, So Resi by Metropolitan Thames Valley, Peabody, Red Loft, Crest Nicholson, and Countryside Properties. Each exhibitor will have their own stand, making it easy for attendees to speak with sales teams and have their burning questions answered.
Throughout the day, there will also be live Q&A sessions, where industry experts will answer budding buyer’s questions – covering everything from perfecting your credit score to understanding eligibility criteria. Independent mortgage advisors and conveyancing solicitors will also be on hand to offer financial and legal advice to anyone looking to buy their own home.
Tickets for the London Home Show are free, but visitors must register in advance. To reserve your place at London’s No.1 first time buyer event, visit sharetobuy.com/homeshow
Five benefits to buying a new build home Buying a Shared Ownership home from a Housing Association like Peabody could mean you will be buying a new build property, rather than a second-hand home from an existing leaseholder, which is known as a resale property. Most new build properties are bought when they have not…