A London agency has announced the launch of an educational property investment seminar business.
RE/MAX London launched RE/MAX Why What Where last week in response to what it says is a 'strong need for education about property investment'.
To accommodate for demand across the country, the firm says it has planned seminars in Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds and Newcastle as well as in several locations across the capital.
“RE/MAX firmly believe that by engaging with clients on an educational level early in the process, when they are ready to purchase investment property they will do so from RE/MAX and take full advantage of the opportunities and additional services we provide throughout our worldwide network,” says Tony McKay, managing director of RE/MAX Why What Where.
RE/MAX is one of the biggest estate agency franchises in the world with over 6,500 offices in more than 95 countries.
Earlier this year RE/MAX Property Centre was forced to apologise after advertising two Luton properties as being in London.