The sun was shining in London and buy to let investors from all over came in their droves to the Property Investor Show, looking to make the most of the investment opportunities on offer. The two-day event was a busy one for the Knight Knox team, with prospective investors showing a huge amount of interest in all the impressive developments they had to offer.
The event took place at ExCeL in the London Docklands and, once again, Knight Knox took prime position at Stand 100, right by the show entrance. The excellent turn out for the show confirmed that buy to let investors have not been affected by the country’s impending exit from the EU and that the property market is still going strong despite the political uncertainty.
Spirits were high at the Knight Knox booth and our consultants were certainly kept on their feet over the two days. With many high-quality developments in the works, there was no shortage of interest in the Knight Knox portfolio. One of the more popular developments was Bridgewater Wharf in Manchester. The city is popular with buy to let investors and, with Bridgewater Wharf being perfectly positioned between Manchester city centre and the desirable Salford Quays, it’s easy to see why this development is an attractive investment.
Tom Cooper, a Knight Knox property consultant, said: “The Property Investor Show is always an event that we look forward to attending – not only is it a great place to speak to potential clients, it’s a great opportunity to speak to our existing clients face-to-face and gain insight into the market first-hand. It’s also encouraging to see that a lot of investors have a lot of confidence in the UK property market, despite all the so-called upheaval surrounding Brexit. We firmly believe that it’s a great time to invest in the buy to let market and it seems that our investors feel the same way.”
Couldn’t make it to the Property Investor Show this time round? Don’t panic, we’ll also be at the second Property Investor Show this coming October. Click here for more info and tickets!