Homebuyers can find out how they can make their move to a new home in the capital with Fairview New Homes at this weekend’s London Home Show.
The event, which is the country’s biggest of its kind, enables first-time buyers to access all of the latest information on how to take that first step onto the property ladder.
Hosted by Share to Buy, the London Home Show is being held at the Queen Elizabeth II Centre, off Broad Sanctuary, from 11am to 5pm on Saturday 22nd September.
Information on both the Shared Ownership and London Help to Buy schemes will be available on the day, and visitors will be able to meet various housebuilders who are building new homes in the capital, including Enfield-based Fairview.
Andy Georgiou, Sales and Marketing Director for Fairview, said: “First-time buyers represent a significant proportion of our buyers and remain fundamental to the forward momentum of the housing market.
“So it’s vitally important that would-be buyers have all the knowledge and information they need to make an informed decision about how to step onto the property ladder.
“The London Home Show is a key event in the industry calendar, providing visitors with a wealth of information and the opportunity to hear from developers about the options which are available to them.
“We look forward to meeting aspiring homeowners at the show.”
The London Home Show is free to attend but entry is by ticket only. Exhibitors will include new homes developers, conveyancing solicitors and mortgage advisors, and visitors can take part in ‘ask the experts’ question and answer sessions on the day.
Visitors will be able to find Fairview on Stand 43 in The Whittle Room.
To book free tickets for the event, visit www.sharetobuy.com/events/london-home-show
Fairview is currently building homes across London in Harrow, Anerley, Highams Park, Poplar and Cricklewood.