Buy-to-let Landlords will descend on London's ExCel on April 28 and 29 for the annual Property Investor & Homebuyer Show, which is free to attend.
After a busy year in the buy-to-let sector, this year's event is a must-visit for those with an interest in the rental and letting industry.
Visitors will be able to attend seminars and stands covering all the biggest industry issues from the stamp duty surcharge and buy-to-let tax changes, to Brexit and its impact on the Private Rented Sector.
A look at the event website confirms that the exhibitor ranks will include a broad mix of investment types.
UK Investment … The Powerhouse Locations!
Some of the UK’s leading estate agents will be in attendance presenting a mix of property from primary residences and second homes to buy-to-let investments.
While London will be represented, property from the West County to Scotland (plus all points in between) will also be available. The highest concentration of properties presented is expected to be that representing the M62 Axis Powers of Manchester and Liverpool.
The new styles of purpose-built student properties are one of the UK’s fastest growing property investment asset classes. They offer investment at an affordable level with attractive yields and returns.
Back by popular demand…
The HMO and Innovation features that proved so popular last year return for a repeat performance. Property tech innovation will benefit from twice daily showcase presentations (theatre 4), while HMOs will be the subject of a daily – and likely to prove lively – panel debate.
An established highlight of the event is its seminar programme. Featuring presentations by a number of the top names in the property sector, many of the 75 sessions will be fully booked before opening day.
Landlord Today and Property Investor Today
If you are planning on heading to London ExCeL for the event, do stop by at the Landlord Today and Property Investor Today stand and say hello to our team. We’ll be delighted to see you!
The event and all seminars are free to enter, however all visitors are required to register before entering the hall.
To avoid the queues on visit day, the recommended option is to register online – click here.