Sixth Annual International Real Estate Expo Offers One-Stop Show for Homebuyers and Investors

March 03, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
For Immediate Release
Contact: Diana Edelman
impress communications


(MIAMI) - Real Estate Expo, Inc., a pioneer in consumer real estate shows around the world, is returning to Miami from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, March 18 and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday March 19, bringing an anticipated 1,500 consumers and real estate industry insiders under one roof at the International Real Estate Expo inside the lavish Eden Roc Resort & Spa at 4525 Collins Ave. in Miami Beach. The only global consumer residential real estate show in the United States, the event, which first launched in Miami in 1999, has now taken place in numerous U.S. and international cities.

“This is the first and most established show in the country,” said Paolo Sadri, president and founder of Real Estate Expo, Inc. and organizer of the Miami expo. “All of the major builders, developers and key players in the lending industry have at one time or other been a part of the Real Estate Expo. Being able to hold an expo of this caliber for six consecutive years in Miami shows the public’s interest in high-end real estate opportunities offered locally, nationally and internationally. We are giving buyers and investors from around the world the chance to get in-depth information about key properties, financing, decorating and design.”

The two-day event will serve as a “one-stop shop” for serious homebuyers and investors, gathering residential real estate developers, builders and financial institutions, as well as home furnishing and design companies in one location. Among recognizable Miami exhibitors are Cay Clubs, Park Central, Florida Design, Lost Key and Astor Development. Additionally, the International Council of Realtors, Realtor Association of Nevada, Realtor Association of Greater Miami & The Beaches, and FIABCI – The International Real Estate Federation will take part in the event.

“This is the most important time, given the state of the market today, for buyers, bankers, developers, builders, mortgage lenders and investors to get together,” said Sadri. “The decline in the overall real estate market, particularly in the south Florida area, makes this show a must-attend.”

Tickets to attend the event are $10 for those that register before March 4 and $15 for those that register after. Attendees can pre-register online at

The International Real Estate Expo recently staged a successful show in Las Vegas, tapping into that market’s bustling real estate business. Upcoming shows in the United States include stops in Dallas, Phoenix, Orlando, and Palm Beach, Fla.
Since the inaugural International Real Estate Expo in 1999, the event has provided a forum for qualified real estate buyers and investors to meet, learn and plan for real estate purchases. The only global consumer real estate show in the world, the Expo brings builders, developers, realty firms, financial institutions, home design firms and more under one roof to provide a one-stop resource to investors and buyers. To learn more about the International Real Estate Expo, visit the event Web site at or call (305) 531-4663.