Chase International reps Lake Tahoe properties in London
December 30, 2015
INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. — Chase International represented their clients' properties and interests at one of the world's most prestigious real estate gatherings in London last month, the International Luxury Property Show, which took place at the illustrious Hurlingham Club on the banks of the River Thames.
This is the fifth year that Chase took part in the event. The show attracts thousands of affluent buyers from around the world and is the only gathering in Europe that focuses solely on luxury properties. Due to its exclusive partnership with Mayfair International Realty who also serves as Chase's marketing and public relations department in London, Chase is one of the few brokerages in the West to take part in the event.
"London being amongst the number one cities for billionaires, offers a strong connection and draw to Lake Tahoe's pristine beauty for play and relaxation," said Kerry Donovan, Chase's vice president of luxury real estate. "Our Lake Tahoe luxury properties are showcased at this prestigious event offering global exposure for Chase International clients and their finest luxury properties."
Next year, this event will change venues to the centrally-located Victoria House in Bloomsbury Square in central London.
This article was submitted by Chase International, which has nine offices in the Tahoe-Truckee region, including Incline Village. Visit chaseinternational.com to learn more.
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