Manchester Central 13th -15th March
NEC Birmingham 25th-27th September
2015 is set to be a big year for property overseas and British buyers. In 2014 there was a huge increase in demand for property abroad and only four weeks into the New Year we're already seeing this demand continue to rise. It's clear there are more and more people choosing to buy their dream pad abroad, which is why we've decided to run a new international property exhibition in Manchester making a total of three exhibitions in 2015 - two in the spring in Manchester and London and one in the autumn in Birmingham.
The latest statistics from the Spanish Property Registrars confirm that momentum is gathering in the Spanish property market and house prices have risen by 1.15% for the first time since 2007. And it's not just Spain, the recent increase in the pound against the euro will now start to drive demand and build confidence in overseas property with the British buyer.
The first show will be held at Manchester Central in March and will be packed full of information and advice from over 120 industry experts showcasing hundreds of properties for sale in Spain, France, Italy, Portugal, Cyprus, Florida, the Caribbean and much much more. Plus there will be stands dedicated to legal advice, financial advice, tax and currency, a specialist French Village to cater for the strong interest in French property plus many stands dedicated to the most popular overseas destination, Spain.
At the London show in May you'll also find specialist country pavilions for Florida, Italy and Portugal along with dedicated speakers and presentations.
With live appearances from TV presenters Jasmine Harman, Jonnie Irwin, Amanda Lamb and Laura Hamilton and free-to- attend seminars and Q&A sessions, you're guaranteed an informative and inspiring opportunity to quiz experts from around the world all under one roof.
Free tickets are available now for both spring shows so if you would like to attend either exhibition (or both) then you can claim your free tickets by clicking here for Manchester and here for London. These tickets are usually worth £10 each.