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National LIS Awards shortlist announced!

The organisers of the National Landlord Investment Show have announced the shortlist for the 2018 National LIS Awards.

The team at Landlord Today, a proud media partner of the National LIS Awards, would like to offer our congratulations to all the shortlisted finalists.

Celebrating excellence in the private rented sector, the National LIS Awards will take place on Thursday 15th November 2018 at the Grosvenor House, London.


Tickets are now on sale for the Awards Dinner in central London and can be acquired by clicking here

The awards provide an excellent opportunity to celebrate all the hard work that goes into our industry, rewarding excellence and giving leading organisations the recognition it deserves.

More than 400 key industry players will gather from the private rented sector including buy-to-let landlords, professionals from finance, legal, tax, development, letting agent, online agent, auction house, local authority, landlord insurance, proptech and innovation companies.

There are 14 categories in total, including Best Landlord Accountancy Provider, Best Landlord Insurance Provider, Best Landlord Legal Services Provider, Best Buy to Let Mortgage Provider, Developer of the year, Best Lettings Agency, Best Online Agency, Specialist Finance Provider of the Year, Best Property Education Provider, Crowdfunding Platform of the year, Proptech Company of the year, Best product for Landlords, Best Auctioneers, and Best Investment Provider.

The shortlisted finalists can be seen below.

Nat Daniels, CEO of Angels media, Landlord Today’s parent company, will be among this year’s judges.

Other people on the judging panel of the National LIS Awards include Richard Bowser of Property Investor News, Simon Zutshi of Property Investor Network, Marie Parris of George Ellis Property Services, Kate Faulkner of Designs on Property, Peter Littlewood of iHowz, and Carolyn Uphill of the NLA.

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