Buy-to-let landlords and property enthusiasts will descend on the Olympia Conference Centre in London today where they will be able to obtain free expert advice to help guide them with their investments.
With so much change and uncertainty in the market, the National Landlord Investment Show is a must-visit for all existing and prospective buy-to-let investors, with visitors able to attend seminars and stands covering all the biggest industry issues from the phasing out of mortgage interest relief to Brexit and its impact on the private rented sector.
The show will feature a series of expert property panel discussions, including Iain Duncan Smith, former Secretary of State for Work and Pensions 2010-2016.
At the last show in June, Duncan Smith said he was struck by the number of landlords no longer buying to let, due to the stamp duty, the restrictions on mortgage interest relief, and other tax implications.
He stated: “Private landlords are a significant provider of the additional housing we need. I have long believed we should be encouraging them…not punishing them…I think it is time to review George Osborne’s tax changes in buy-to-let landlords.”
This time, he will speak further about the recent tax changes and Universal Credit, the affect this is having on landlords currently in the market and which conditions can work in the favour of the landlord now and in the future.
Also speaking as part of the panel is Fionnuala Earley, chief economist at Countrywide, Vanessa Warwick from Property Tribes, and investor Simon Zutshi.
The panel is free to attend for visitors that register their interest online and is on a first-come, first-served basis.
In addition to the property panel, there are 37 additional complimentary seminar sessions, covering the entire spectrum of buy-to-let.
Registration is complimentary and can be done by clicking here.
Want to comment on this story? If so...if any post is considered to victimise, harass, degrade or intimidate an individual or group of individuals on any basis, then the post may be deleted and the individual immediately banned from posting in future.