London, UK (PRWEB) November 07, 2013
On October 29th and 30th, many of London’s wealthiest people made their way to the prestigious Hurlingham Club to preview a selection of the most desirable homes from around the world. Turnquist Partners, one of the leading real estate brokerages in Austin, TX., was exclusively selected to showcase many of their most luxurious homes. Turnquist Partners was joined by leading real estate experts who ran helpful, interactive workshops and seminars over the course of this important two-day event.
This invitation-only private view celebrated luxury homes and offered guests a unique opportunity to see and buy some of the world’s most exclusive properties.
“The historic, stylish and sophisticated Hurlingham Club in London is surely the ultimate backdrop for international buyers to discover some of the world’s most exclusive properties," says Michele Turnquist, CEO of Turnquist Partners. “I believe that our extensive Marketing portfolio will expose our clients’ homes to these premium international buyers that and will set us apart from other brokers. It is essential that we were able to exhibit some of our most stunning homes at this important event."
It is in the Hurlington Club’s hallowed rooms and magnificent grounds that luxury real estate buyers were able to network with the cream of international brokers and agents – perhaps over the most famous of English traditions, afternoon tea. London is so international and has such a strong influence into Europe, the Middle East, the Far East and Russia that the Hurlingham Club event has an influence far beyond London and the rest of the UK.
Michele adds, “This event allowed us to speak to the type of buyers who are by nature often difficult to reach. We are keen to introduce our serious sellers to some of the world’s most serious buyers in a relaxed atmosphere where they have time and inclination to talk.”
Turnquist Partners is keen to hear from sellers who would like to discuss how their own homes could be showcased at the Hurlingham Club next Fall. In previous years, this event has attracted over 3,000 buyers during the two days.