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Luxury Property Show redesign success

by Olivia Powell

The Luxury Property Show returned with a brand new look to present ‘the world’s finest properties from the most sought-after locations’ at Olympia London.

The show welcomed 50 specialists in property, investment, and luxury lifestyle, as well as offering attendees a host of experiences, including interactive workshops and exclusive seminar content.

The show was redesigned following its acquisition by international real estate specialist Smart Group. This year, the event had a ‘record-breaking’ number of ticket sales, with visitors to the two-day show arriving from around the world.

The Luxury Property Show offered visitors the opportunity to view properties from locations around the world, including the United States of America, Portugal, United Arab Emirates, France and Mauritius. Amongst the exhibitors were Corcoran, Sobha Realty, Sotheby’s, LUXIMOS Christies and Beaux Villages.

The event also hosted a series of lifestyle seminars and workshops which aimed to provide visitors with advice on buying a property, both at home or abroad, with interactive sessions delivered by specialist real-estate agents, lawyers, IFAs, and more.

Other features included the VIP lounge, hosted by Sobha Realty. Here, attendees could relax with a glass of Champagne Piaff, as well as sample exclusive food and wine, including Ecuadorian chocolate provided by Analu Chocolates. Other experiences included Pro Racing Simulator’s professional racing experience and GOLFZON’s VIP golf simulator.

Director of The Luxury Property Show, Jana Korpova-Harris, said: “The Luxury Property Show provides the perfect platform for prospective investors and discerning buyers to meet the necessary professionals, not only to help them find their ideal property, but to assist with the entire process involved in making their dream a reality. The event demonstrates that buying a second residence isn’t just about real estate, it also encompasses complex tax regimes, currency fluctuations, and, most importantly, lifestyle. The Luxury Property Show has been hugely successful this year and we are excited to continue this momentum into 2020.”

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