Ideal Homes TV releases date for second episode, airing 12th February, 2021

By Advertiser, in Property, News, Business · 10-02-2021 10:37:00 · 1 Comments
Ideal Homes TV releases date for second episode, airing 12th February, 2021

IdealHomes TV, IHTV, is a brand new property series created by Ideal Homes International.

Primarily covering stunning properties across the Algarve, viewers will also be able to receive first hand information from professionals and experts in Portruguese real estate law, mortgages, taxes, currency and more.

Premiering Friday 12th February, at 5pm London/Lisbon time | 12pm EST, episode two focuses on the stunning city of Lagos and an amazing deal on a brand new development overlooking the marina and Atlantic Ocean.

Join Angela Worrall, Director, and Sasha Sharpley, Real Estate Consultant, as they discuss what Lagos has to offer and talk about a superb offer at a unique development located on one of the finest pieces of real estate remaining in the region.

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What to Expect...

Each week Ideal Homes International will share amazing deals, exclusive properties, insights into the various locations and advice from the experts… You do not want to miss it.

About Ideal Homes International

Ideal Homes International are leading property experts who can assist with finding the right property, obtaining financing with their in-house mortgage broker, currency exchange services, legal and tax services along with designing and custom build properties with reputable builders and architects.

You can contact them via email on info@idealhomesinternational.com, call on +351 289 513 434 or 0800 133 7644 if you’re in the UK.



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Comments:

Hideous! Give it a few years and the authentic, traditional Algarve will have disappeared.

By Annie from Algarve on 12-02-2021 05:59
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