Live in London returns to …

The ‘National Home Buying Week: Live in London’ show is set to return to London on Saturday March 19.

The event, formerly known as the First Time Buyer Home Show, is a free one-stop-shop for fledgling buyers who are seeking professional advice and handy tips on the entire home buying process.

Taking place at the London Marriott Hotel, the independent show is hosted by First Time Buyer Magazine, with headline sponsor SO Resi by Metropolitan Thames Valley Housing.

In conjunction with National Home Buying Week, the event will feature a range of exhibitors, from private housebuilders to housing associations, as well as independent mortgage and legal advisors.

It is once again expected to welcome thousands of first-time buyers through its doors. New this year, Jonnie Irwin, a well-known television presenter for Escape to the Country, writer and property expert is hosting an ‘Audience With’ session where he will speak to a range of industry experts, giving visitors the chance to learn about different homebuying options, as well as financial and legal processes.

The free exhibition will also highlight the best affordable homes available across London and the Home Counties – including those available through Shared Ownership or Help to Buy.

Lynda Clark, director of National Home Buying Week: Live in London, states: “It is no secret that first-time buyers in London face some of the biggest challenges when it comes to buying their first home. So, we are very excited to once again be welcoming visitors to the show in London this March.”

Clark says the event is always a popular day for aspirational homebuyers in London and the Southeast, bringing everything together under one roof.

“We have such a wide range of exhibitors and speakers lined up who are ready to provide free, unbiased and practical homebuying advice to visitors,” she adds.

“Those who attend the show will hopefully leave inspired and fully equipped with all the information they need to take their first steps towards owning their first home in and around the capital.”

For more information on the event, and to register your interest, click here.

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