Sell or let your waterside property at the London Boat Show

Wed 23 Dec 2015

The London Boat Show offers the perfect opportunity for people to sell or let a marina, harbour or seaside property.

Due to take place at ExCeL in the city next month, the event will welcome almost 100,000 visitors, many of whom could be looking for a new home within easy reach of their favourite waterside location.

Anybody who instructs Leaders to sell or let their waterside property before the show will benefit from it being promoted by the company at its prime spot within the venue.

Adelaide Burgess, branch manager at Leaders Waterside in Sovereign Harbour, will be attending the London Boat Show and is aiming to match plenty of properties with their perfect buyers and tenants.

“A combination of high demand for all types of properties and the upcoming London Boat Show makes this a great time for sellers and landlords to enjoy maximum exposure and give themselves the best chance of securing a deal for their property.

“We think this is a show people cannot afford to miss if they are looking to sell or let a property that might be of interest to people who love life by the water.

“With almost 100,000 people expected to attend over the ten-day run, it is a perfect opportunity to put your home in front of the audience most likely to want to live in it. While some attendees may be more interested in acquiring a new yacht, there will be many who are focused on securing a place to live.”

The London Boat Show kicks off on 8th January and runs until 17th January, with Leaders Waterside guaranteeing all properties on its books by 10th January will be displayed at the industry event. Vendors and landlords will also receive four free tickets to the show.

In addition to promoting properties at the show, Leaders Waterside advertises homes via Rightmove, Zoopla and, which attracts more than 175,000 visits per month.

For more information on getting your property on the market ahead of the London Boat Show please contact your local Leaders Waterside branch.