More business contacts, more visitors and new marketing actions, this is a resume of last weekend which it was celebrated the thirteenth edition of the Mediterranean Real Estate Exhibition, an event that has attracted the attention of a select target market and a large commercial sector.
More than 7,500 visitors have spent these days for the Malaga real estate fair, which started last Friday with a charismatic and optimistic atmosphere thanks to the opening ceremony chaired by the mayor of Malaga, Francisco de la Torre ; the president of the Association of Builders and Promoters of Malaga, Emilio López; the representative of GIA-Unicaja Banco Group, Enrique Carrillo; and the manager of Zona Sur de Idealista, Carlos Rueda. They affirmed the incipient recovery of a market that presents every year more stability and the consolidation of foreign clients who are looking for properties in Costa del Sol as a place to live or enjoy a second home was highlighted.
The more than 150 companies that exhibited their offer in the Palace of Fairs and Congresses, coincide with the overcoming of the expectations and in the commercial and professional movement of the event. The portfolio of professionals in the real estate sector varied from agencies to promoters, insurance companies, decoration and real estate portals, all with a clear objective, create brand value and strategically position among the thousands of competitors in the sector.
The real estate agencies agree on the large number of customers who are waiting for the situation in Catalonia, some of which have decided to move to other cities such as Malaga or Alicante, said the adviser Mayte Gitiérrez of 21 Century.
He highlighted a select offer and, a part of it, directed towards a foreign public, predominant in coastal areas of the province. The presence of commercial investors has not gone unnoticed in this fair, professional contacts have been one of the largest involved in the show, which has been able to meet their needs thanks to a wide range of new housing and new off-plan homes.