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 Weds 2nd March, 2016.

Book early to secure a place. The last one sold out!

Speakers for March are still to be arranged but we hope to have Susannah Coles speaking about Joint Ventures and Stephen Faye back again to look at other aspects of Tax Planning.

The Devereux

Our long running London Networking and Seminar Evenings take place only twice a year.

The next one is on Weds 2nd March,  2016, 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).

At the last event we had three great speakers and were sold out. At the last event we had…….

Richard Blanco from the National Landlords Association  explained the very latest on the immigration Right to Rent checks that landlords will have to do. (New penalties and details of the scheme were announced in July ahead of the national roll out). Plus he gave a full update on all other regulatory type changes effecting landlords (Richard is a London representative of the NLA, a regular speaker on TV about landlord issues and an experienced London landlord in his own right).


Alex Greenslade of Leasehold Solutions looked at how to spot the type of flats that you should avoid buying – those that will mean much toil and trouble! (Alex is chairman of Leasehold Solutions. He has wide experience of managing leasehold enfranchisement projects and is founder and secretary of the Association of Leasehold Enfranchisement Practitioners (ALEP) as well as being Chairman of Leasehold Valuers LLP and Leasehold Law LLP).


Stephen Fay of Fylde Tax Accountants looked at how the July budget really changed  things for landlords and possible “work-arounds” of the new regime. (Stephen is a well known commentator on landlords’ tax issues and is frequently quoted in the press).


At each event we run a special session, where any attendee can stand up for up to 40 seconds and tell attendees who they are, what they offer or what they are looking for – this might be to find property in a certain area, a sourcing service, insurance services – it does not matter. Each person is kept to strictly 40 seconds.


These are small events and very informal. The accent is  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.


At each event 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.


You will need to first register to come to this evening, all you need to do is click here to contact me which will open a page to send an email to me.

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 just £35 for early bookings.

The upstairs bar will be open for you to purchase food and drinks from around 530pm. However, a wider selection of drinks is available from the downstairs bar.

Venue: The Devereux, 20 Devereux Court, (Off Essex St) London WC2R 3JJ

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