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Complimentary tickets to NEC property exhibition

Complimentary tickets, which are usually £10 each, are being offered by the organisers of this autumn’s ‘A Place in the Sun Live’ overseas property exhibition that is being held at the NEC in Birmingham.

Laura Hamilton, Jasmine Harman, Jonnie Irwin and Amanda Lamb

A PLACE IN THE SUN LIVE is the UK’s largest and best attended overseas property exhibition next taking place at NEC Birmingham 3rd – 5th October 2014.

The official exhibition of the hit television series, A Place in the Sun Live attracts thousands of serious overseas property hunters every spring and autumn. There are hundreds of exhibitors showcasing properties from popular countries such as France, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Turkey and Florida providing the perfect opportunity for visitors to meet agents, developers and service providers face-to-face.

There’s a packed programme of free-to-attend seminars in The A Place in the Sun Hub with advice and insight from Jasmine Harman, Jonnie Irwin, Amanda Lamb and Laura Hamilton, gained from many house-hunting episodes around the world with the A Place in the Sun TV crew. And with A Place in the Sun Editor Liz Rowlinson hosting panel sessions with industry insiders and expert Q&As, there’s everything from the fun of the hunt to the serious business of buying overseas property the right way.

For more in-depth information on particular destinations, there are dedicated feature areas and seminar theatres for the most popular countries with the French Property Village, Italian Property Pavilion, Portuguese Property Pavilion and Florida Property Pavilion. Focussed, dynamic and ever-popular, these areas deliver a full day’s worth of information for the house buyer who knows where they plan to buy.

Complimentary tickets

The organisers are offering complementary tickets, which are usually £10 each – and you can get yours by clicking on your complimentary ticket to A Place in the Sun Live and following the instructions.

Further reading

How to Buy Overseas Property Safely’ – a 49 page consumer guide from the Association of Independent Property Professionals (AIPP).

How to Buy Property in Cyprus‘ – advice from the UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office.

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  • John Mann says:

    Is there going to be a “Skull And Crossbones” flag on the Cyprus stand?

  • pils says:

    My advice and recommendations enjoy your day at the NEC exhibition in Birmingham, but strongly advice buying property in Cyprus.

    Title deed issues, corrupt lawyers, developers and government officials. BE WARNED! read peoples views and property problems they have encountered in owning a Cyprus property.

    Please read property websites and find out more information for ongoing property nightmares in Cyprus.

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