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SEEFF takes property show to the UK

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SEEFF takes property show to the UK



MASVINGO – Seeff Zimbabwe, a leading estate agency in the country and SADC will be holding a major property showcase in Birmingham in the UK where over 40 exhibitors including top developers, conveyancers, suppliers and consultants will be represented.
The Zimbabwe Diaspora Property Showcase which is primarily for Zimbabweans in the UK will take place on July 13, 2024, at Birmingham Hilton Metropole Hotel.
It is crucial for those abroad to attend as the showcase will tackle issues designed to empower Zimbabweans in the UK to invest securely in their homeland.
There will be panel discussions, presentations by property experts and networking opportunities, said Seeff managing director and licensee Patience Patongamwoyo in an exclusive interview with The Mirror this week.
The event has garnered support from estate industry giants. Registration for the showcase which is going on now and entry are both free.
The event which is organised by Zim Inspired Limited will start at 10am and close at 5pm and 2 000 visitors are expected. The bulk of exhibitors will come from Harare, Mutare and Bulawayo.
“The Zim Diaspora Property Showcase aims to connect property businesses from Zimbabwe with the Zimbabwean community in the UK, addressing the challenges diaspora face in managing and investing in property from afar.

“We have heard horror stories of lost investments due to untrustworthy agencies and family members and this event seeks to offer reliable solutions and encourage investment back into Zimbabwe through real estate.
“Visitors will have the chance to engage with over 40 exhibitors, including top developers, financial institutions, conveyancers, suppliers, property consultants and a lot more real estate stakeholders. “The event will feature discussion panels, presentations by property experts and networking opportunities, all designed to empower Zimbabweans in the UK to invest securely in their homeland,” said. Patongamwoyo.
She said that the showcase will bridge the gap for the Zimbabwean in the Diaspora.
“We are really excited about this and the opportunity to bring the whole real estate industry to the UK. We believe this will strengthen and bridge the gap between the Zimbabwean diaspora, a huge and developing market for us and the property industry in Zimbabwe. We are grateful to the other companies within the industry that have chosen to partner us on this journey. It is certainly a win-win situation for all parties involved,” she said.

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