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This year’s event takes place on Friday 4th April at the Majedski Stadium, Reading, from 10am until 4pm and is completely free to attend.

Visitors will find Century 21 UK on Stand 14 and will be provided with a range of information on the franchising options that exist in the UK property sector. The Century 21 UK franchise team will be able to take interested individuals through the whole process of establishing a sales and lettings agency, the key benefits in joining the business and the opportunities that currently exist within this marketplace.

The Thames Valley Franchise Show also offers a full programme of seminars for visitors covering a wide range of franchise topics including a franchise awareness workshop, details on franchising law, franchising versus ‘going it alone’, and much more.

Rob Clifford, Chief Executive of Century 21 UK and Group Commercial Director of Shepherd Direct Group, said:

“We have had a significant amount of interest from potential franchisees in Reading, Berkshire and the Thames Valley and this is perhaps not surprising given the growing strength of both the sales and lettings market in this area. Century 21 UK feel it is important to have a presence at this event in order to meet and converse with people who are interested in setting up a property franchise. In our opinion there has never been a better time to be part of Century 21 or to be involved in the property market – last year housing transactions broke through the 1 million mark for the first time in a number of years and we fully expect activity, particularly in the South East, to continue to increase. At the same time we have a growing private rental sector with a wider array of property on the market and increasing demand from tenants than ever before. This is why I would suggest anyone interested in becoming part of this sector either visit the show on the 4th April or contact us directly to find out how, with Century 21’s full support, you can run a successful estate and lettings agency.”


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