Learn from the experts & meet, chat and network with lots of other residential property investors and landlords at our next event in London – on the Evening of Tuesday 24th March 2015.
Our long running London Networking and Seminar Evenings take place only twice a year.
The next one is on Tuesday 24th March 2015, so make sure to catch it.
The doors open to the event at around 530pm and the event will finish at approximately 850pm. Our first speaker is on at around 6pm. (Speaking times and speaking order will be advised on the night).
Richard Bowser the editor of Property Investor News will look at UK property hotspots – what areas are likely to see rental and capital growth over the next few years and what areas will be left at the gate.
Richard Spong, a very experienced property investor and landlord will explain how he runs his long standing property business. I have seen his presentation before – it’s packed with good tips and common sense.
Richard Blanco from the National Landlords Association will explain the new checks that all landlords have to do on potential and actual tenants’ immigration status (the so called Right to Rent). This is now in law in part of the West Midlands and will soon roll out nationally. Once again, there are fines for non-compliance.
Doug Shillinglaw will again be on hand to help attendees with the latest situation on getting mortgages
These are small events and very informal. The accent is on networking and learning about buying and letting residential property and the business of buy to let plus the practicalities of being a successful landlord from leading experts.
I will do a brief scene setting talk near to the start of the evening – and this will be followed by talks from my special guests.
There are short breaks between speakers which gives attendees a great opportunity to ask me and also our speakers questions and to learn from and share knowledge with other attendees.
The events suit new and very experienced landlords alike as well as those thinking of getting into the business of being a landlord for the first time too.
As usual with our seminars you’ll get factual and useful information – there will be no exhortations to achieve “financial freedom” in just a year or two.
HOW TO REGISTER:
Just enter in your full name on the email and a note that you would like to come and if we have space left, we’ll send you payment details and will reserve a place for you.
The cost is £40.
The upstairs bar will be open for you to purchase food and drinks from around 530pm.
Venue: The Devereux, 20 Devereux Court, (Off Essex St) London WC2R 3JJ
(Tube: Temple (on the Circle or the District Line))
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