Editor's note: This item is republished with permission from Global Edge Marketing Ltd. The original post can be viewed here. Visitor numbers to some of Europe's biggest overseas property shows have risen significantly compared with last year. Fair Media, organizers of the largest overseas property shows in Sweden and Norway, have run three events so far in 2010 with numbers up between 5 percent and 15 percent across their shows in Stockholm, Gothenburg and Malmoe. In Denmark, the market leading exhibition, the "Homes Abroad" show, is reporting numbers up over 20 percent compared with the autumn of 2009, while in Russia, AiGroup says attendance is up 4 percent for their property investment show, which took place earlier in the month. Fair Media chief executive Sven Kallstrom says there has also been a big decline in the number of window shoppers attending the exhibitions. "Last year, a lot of people were attending the shows but not really ...
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