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6th December 2012

London Exhibition of Irish Property 16th Feb 2013

By Sherry Fitz.

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   “LondonThere is a view in the UK that property in Ireland has never been better value!’

So with this in mind, we’re heading to London once again to showcase properties from all over Ireland.

At this event which will be held on 16th February 2013 in The Copthorne Tara Hotel from 11am -4pm, we will be personally displaying a sample of properties from all across Ireland, giving UK purchasers an opportunity to meet Sherry FitzGerald property professionals from several of our offices across the country in one day, and in one location!

Mary Dillon, head of Sherry FitzGerald Countrywide said “We ran a similar event last year and the feedback from those who attended was very positive with the main interest coming from Irish living in the UK and abroad looking to return to Ireland where they now see that there is fantastic value in Irish property – what was in the recent past unaffordable is now well within their reach and with finance available to them they are ready to make a purchase.”

We see this as an opportunity to promote properties to a much wider audience. To a UK investor or even an Irish emigrant with dreams of returning home, Ireland is certainly an attractive place to buy property with prices now down nationally by almost 60%”>

This year alone www.sherryfitz.ie had 79,000 visits from 913 locations across the UK. This represented a 25% increase since 2011. 30,000 of these were from the greater London area alone, a 51% increase since 2011. Traffic from the UK accounted for 8% of the total site traffic.

While our agents receive regular enquiries from potential UK buyers this is literally bringing Irish property to their doorsteps. Many of our clients around the country recognise this and see it as an opportunity not to be missed.

So if you want your property brought the extra mile to this event, contact Sherry FitzGerald head office on 01 2376300 or londonshow@sherryfitz.ie and make sure your property is part of it.

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