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Property Expo to engage local property industry stakeholders

Property Expo to engage local property industry stakeholders

The first ever Bank Windhoek Property Expo slated for 26 to 27 July will provide a platform for anyone looking to further their property journey whether it is buying, selling, renting or investing.

The expo will be held at Sport Klub Windhoek and is hosted in partnership with the Association of Estate Agents of Namibia to bring together all property industry stakeholders under one roof, including financial service providers, estate agents, developers, conveyancers, among others.

“Our purpose for the Bank Windhoek Property Expo is to establish a strong relationship between relevant stakeholders in the property industry. Thank you to Bank Windhoek for coming on-board to make this possible,” said the Property Expo’s Project Manager, Amanda Geldenhuys.

The Association of Estate Agents Namibia, will host estate agents information sessions. This will feature invited property industry experts who will cover topics such as Technology in Real Estate; Property Valuations; Photography in Real Estate; Grooming your home to sell/Home Staging and Water Wise Gardens, to mention but a few.

“The Association aspires to represent all registered estate agents in Namibia as a professional body of knowledge, advice and support, thereby contributing towards the social and economic upliftment of the property industry, Namibia and its citizens,” Geldenhuys added.

Bank Windhoek’s Property Finance Sales Manager, Nancy McNab said besides the vast presence of exhibitors from the property industry, agents and attorneys, the public can also visit the Bank Windhoek Property Lounge for networking purposes during the event.

“Bank Windhoek believes this event will provide visitors with a fantastic opportunity to engage with all the role players in the property industry. As a Bank, this is our way of investing in the communities in which we operate where we build and nurture sustainable relationships with our business partners,” McNab said.

Gates to the two-day expo will be open from 09:00 until 17:00. Entry fee for visitors is: N$40, adults and non Association members; free for Association members, pensioners and children under 12 years old; N$20 for children 12 to 18 years. Visitors will be entertained with a lucky draw consisting of a hot air balloon flight, jumping castle and other activities for children. Food and refreshments will be available for sale.


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