Over 4,300 potential buyers attended the 10th London Home Show – the capital’s biggest event for first time buyers – on Saturday 3rd March. The free-to-attend event saw 47 exhibitors all under one roof. A range of Shared Ownership and Help to Buy providers, alongside mortgage brokers and conveyancing solicitors, offered free advice to thousands…
Thousands of buyers braved the big chill for 10th London Home Show
Saturday 3rd March saw over 4,300 potential buyers brave the big chill to attend the London Home Show, the capital’s biggest event for first time buyers.
Celebrating its 10th show, the free-to-attend event saw 47 exhibitors all under one roof. A range of Shared Ownership and Help to Buy providers, alongside mortgage brokers and conveyancing solicitors, offered free advice to thousands of budding buyers looking to get a foot on the property ladder. Exhibitors included the biggest names in first time buyer developments across London, including Clarion Housing Group, L&Q, Southern Home Ownership, Notting Hill, Crest Nicholson and Barratt London.
The London Home Show, supported by the Mayor of London and hosted by Share to Buy, is a bi-annual event held in spring and autumn at the Queen Elizabeth II Centre in Westminster.
Stephen Dwelley, Director of Share to Buy, commented: “It was great to see so many potential buyers brave the cold weather to attend the 10th London Home Show on Saturday. The huge variety of exhibitors ensured that budding buyers could find out all they needed to know about the buying process, as well as information on the range of properties available across the capital. We would like to thank everyone who attended and exhibited at the show, and hope that those who attended now have a clearer understanding of the home buying options available to them.”
The next London Home Show will take place on Saturday 22nd September, 2018. If you would like to exhibit at the London Home Show Autumn 2018, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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