Property Advice Night – Thursday 15th Spetember 3pm – 7pm @ LA TURKA Monton Village

General   |   August 26, 2022   |   Martin

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Taking place on Thursday the 15th September at La Turka in Monton from 3pm until 7pm we will be running another of our successful property advice nights.

The event is an opportunity to showcase and launch new properties for sale & to let in our local area whilst allowing potential clients to get answers to property related questions, review new mortgage deals, discuss ways they can save money this winter and directly book viewings.

An informal setting where prospective buyers, sellers, tenants and landlords can pop down enjoy a free drink on us and get answers to property related questions.

Questions like:

Can I save money on my current mortgage deal?

How do I lower my energy bills this winter?

I want to buy my first home, where do I start?

How much is my home worth?

What could happen to the property market in 2023?

Want to get into property investment?

 

Working with local energy companies, they  will be on hand to discuss and recommend ways to potentially lower your homehouse utility bills this winter.

Here is a video of our last Property Advice Night to get a flavour of what you should expect from the evening: https://youtu.be/2k7gquXSMmY

If you cannot make the event watch out for our LIVE event that will be taking place on the evening where you can log in via Instagram see what properties are coming soon and ask your property related questions in real time!

Hope to see you there!

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