Homebuyer Show Scotland 2019

Homebuyer Show Scotland 2019


The Homebuyer Show Scotland will debut in Glasgow on Saturday, 19th October at The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall from 10am until 4pm. Hundreds of homebuyers have already registered for this helpful homebuyer event, which is free of charge and is the first of its kind in Scotland. The show aims to assist determined homebuyers from a variety of backgrounds and with different interests and requirements. Pertinent information will be available for first-time buyers and well-seasoned second steppers to those looking to remortgage.

A broad range of exhibitors are confirmed for the Homebuyer Show Scotland, ensuring that visitors will be able to receive well-rounded and comprehensive property information from the industry experts. Exhibitors will include new homes available to buy in and around Glasgow, to mortgage and financial advice, land and property registers, to top interior design tips.

Matt Colgan, Event Director for Homebuyer Show Scotland comments: “Glasgow is an exceptionally exciting city to live in and continues to appeal to home buyers at every level. With increasing numbers of new homes available throughout Glasgow and the commuter belt as well as some really exciting housing projects under way, the event aims to show homebuyers what is available to them – both old and new. They can also receive expert advice on the best mortgages available as well as sound legal information; setting them up with everything they need to make a really good move.”

Rettie & Co is pleased to attend the Homebuyer Show Scotland and look forward to showcasing the Jordanhill Park development by CALA Homes, alongside some other fantastic properties.

Calum Miller, Associate Director at Rettie & Co. comments: “The Glasgow property market has enjoyed a period of strong price growth with average house prices up 20 per cent over the past 5 years, outperforming other Scottish and UK cities. Last year, the Glasgow market reached its highest level of sales transaction activity in a decade and saw average house prices past £160,000 for the first time. The market over 2019 to date has shown signs of continued sales and price growth despite the political uncertainty quieting other UK markets. Investment interest in the city is strong, especially on the back of a number of major investment and development announcements over the past couple of years.