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Spanish real estate exhibition 2012 in Madrid

Ilya Kozlovskiy Andalusia Travel
Spanish real estate exhibition 2012 in Madrid - Spain - property exhibition - Madrid


On February 24-27 in the Palace of Fame of the famous Santiago Bernabeu Stadium in Madrid will be held the largest Spanish real estate exhibition - SIMA 2012 (Salón Inmobiliario de Madrid). And although the main part of the exhibition is traditionally held on April 19-22 at the Feria de Madrid Exhibition Complex, organizers of the winter session expect a high level of interest, both among exhibitors and buyers.



So in 2011 SIMA exhibition was visited by more than 50,000 tourists, while the number of participants reached 550 companies. Because of the relatively small size of exhibition halls of Santiago Bernabeu, the number of seats for the companies’ representatives will be less than at the main show, so now more than 75% of the places are reserved. Among the participants who have already applied for 2012 SIMA are such leading Spanish companies, developers and real estate agencies as: A.C.P. Level, Adrisa, Altamira, Arjusa, Catalunya Caixa Inmobiliaria, Finca Las Marías, Grupo Inmobiliario Ferrocarril, Habitat, Hercesa, Libra Gestión, Proinlasa, Reyal Urbis, TM Grupo Inmobiliario, Básico Homes, Juban Inmobiliaria, Activitas, Marsol Internacional, Key Mare, Promogrado, Quarto & Woss. In addition to the Spanish companies in the real estate exhibition will take part their foreign colleagues from 16 European countries. This year Salón Inmobiliario de Madrid will be held for the fourteenth time. SIMA will present the following sections: new apartments, secondary market, land and estates, elite real estate. Here also will be available several new sections as mortgage loans, real estate legal services, repair and decoration, information and advertising services.

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