Loveitts has expanded its reach beyond the British border by launching Loveitts International that will offer potential buyers properties in over 14 worldwide destinations.
The new division will offer properties in idyllic destinations including Spain, the Balearic Islands, Portugal, the Canary Islands, Italy, Cyrus, Malta, Germany, Greece, Cape Verde, the Maldives, the USA, the UAE and New Zealand with further locations set to be added to an already bursting list of sought-after holiday home destinations.
To ensure that the property purchase procedure operates smoothly, Loveitts will have in place a local expert in each destination that will arrange viewings, legal and mortgage advice.
Heading up Loveitts International is David Wilson who will be on hand to recommend potential buyers a fantastic choice of over 8000 properties worldwide to meet individual requirements whether it be a permanent move, a holiday home, an investment or a landlord looking for an investment abroad. As part of the service offering, Loveitts also include advice with mortgages and accommodation for viewings trips to ensure this is stress-free.
David recently moved back to the UK from Marbella, Spain after running his own property company for the past three years as well as working for Currencies Direct where his day-to-day dealings involved helping ‘expats’ buying and selling properties and arranging there international currency transfers.
Loveitts’ extension into the international market comes at a time where the Coventry & Warwickshire-based estate agents have cemented their position in the region by creating North and South Warwickshire hubs in Nuneaton and Leamington Spa and with the help of strong marketing and the internet it proves properties can be sold in any location.
David Wilson, Loveitts’ Sales and International Sales Consultant commented: “Having lived and worked in Spain I witnessed first-hand the positives and pitfalls of buying abroad, so Loveitts International is in a strong position to advise on best practices for our customers.
“We want to do our best to make our customers’ trip as stress-free and enjoyable as possible by guaranteeing that they will never be put under any pressure to buy. So, for us it is absolutely crucial that we find the right property for our customers that fits all their personal requirements.”
Established in 1843, Loveitts this year celebrates 175 years in business. It is now the largest independent multi-discipline practice of estate agents, chartered surveyors, valuers and auctioneers in the region with offices in Coventry, Nuneaton and Leamington Spa.
To celebrate the launch of Loveitts International an open evening is being held on the 10th August at the Loveitts Leamington Spa office situated at 16, Denby Buildings, Regent Grove, Leamington Spa CV32 4NY from 17.00pm - 20.00pm.
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