Event Review | Property Investor Show, October 2016

18th October 2016

By Hannah Wilde

This two-day event, culminating on Saturday 8th October, was a huge success. The first exhibition attended by Knight Knox since the shock Brexit result in June, it was highly positive to see that the uncertain political landscape and the decline of sterling has not hindered investor appetite. Footfall was up to its usual high standard across the two days, with attendance recorded at almost 2,000 attendees each day.

Knight Knox enjoyed a prime spot at the front of the exhibition hall, with many investors stopping to admire the scaled and illuminated model of one of our best-known and most successful developments to date, Adelphi Wharf. The stand was busy throughout the weekend, and across the two days Knight Knox enjoyed a record number of sales.

Senior Sales Consultant Janet McGovern was delighted with the turnout at the event: “The exhibition was a huge success. The Property Investor Show is always the highlight of Knight Knox’s calendar every year, but the October show surpassed all expectations. It seems that, in the post-Brexit landscape, investors are a lot more bullish, attending exhibitions like this with the sole purpose of purchasing investment property. This shows that demand is still high for prime UK property, especially in the wake of interest rate drops, currency declines and stock market shocks. After the tremendous success of the October show, we can’t wait for the next Property Investor Show in April 2017.”

Knight Knox have a busy calendar in the months ahead. High on the success of The Property Investor Show, as well as Knight Knox’s first Investor Seminar in Hong Kong that took place across the same weekend, plans are underfoot to return back to Hong Kong before the year’s end. Furthermore, the New Year will see an even more packed schedule, with seminars hosted all over the UK and overseas, as well as attending both Property Investor Shows in April and October.

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Event Review | Property Investor Show, October 2016

18 October 2016

This two-day event, culminating on Saturday 8th October, was a huge success. The first exhibition attended by Knight Knox since the shock Brexit result in June, it was highly positive to see that the uncertain political landscape and the decline of sterling has not hindered investor appetite. Footfall was up to its usual high standard across the two days, with attendance recorded at almost 2,000 attendees each day.

Knight Knox enjoyed a prime spot at the front of the exhibition hall, with many investors stopping to admire the scaled and illuminated model of one of our best-known and most successful developments to date, Adelphi Wharf. The stand was busy throughout the weekend, and across the two days Knight Knox enjoyed a record number of sales.

Senior Sales Consultant Janet McGovern was delighted with the turnout at the event: “The exhibition was a huge success. The Property Investor Show is always the highlight of Knight Knox’s calendar every year, but the October show surpassed all expectations. It seems that, in the post-Brexit landscape, investors are a lot more bullish, attending exhibitions like this with the sole purpose of purchasing investment property. This shows that demand is still high for prime UK property, especially in the wake of interest rate drops, currency declines and stock market shocks. After the tremendous success of the October show, we can’t wait for the next Property Investor Show in April 2017.”

Knight Knox have a busy calendar in the months ahead. High on the success of The Property Investor Show, as well as Knight Knox’s first Investor Seminar in Hong Kong that took place across the same weekend, plans are underfoot to return back to Hong Kong before the year’s end. Furthermore, the New Year will see an even more packed schedule, with seminars hosted all over the UK and overseas, as well as attending both Property Investor Shows in April and October.

Hannah Wilde

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