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National Landlord Investment Show addresses key issues plaguing landlords in 2018 at Olympia on 15 March

02 March 2018 520 Views
National Landlord Investment Show addresses key issues plaguing landlords in 2018 at Olympia on 15 March

The National Landlord Show arrives at Olympia on Thursday 15 March to give advice via complimentary seminars, leading suppliers and two landlord debates where you can get advice from accountants, estate planner, mortgage broker, councils and financial advisors.

Why are landlords easy targets?

As landlords have become easy targets to fill the Government’s coffers by using taxation hikes, it’s essential for any investor or potential investor in property to understand the market fully. With Corbyn describing himself as a socialist, the instability of the Sterling currency and incorporation, the potential threats are both numerous and serious.

Also, the show will also discuss opportunities such as licensing and how standards, demand, rents, and profits can all rise. Now that the tax changes are likely to see unprofitable ‘accidental’ landlords leaving the market, it’s essential for all in the BTL market to see their investments as a business, not a side-line or hobby. Knowing how to react to the change afoot is a priority for all involved buy-to-let.

The National Landlord Investment Shows at Olympia bring together the diverse landlord community of up to 4,000 active investors to solve these problems as a community.

The Council Landlord Debate

The UK’s largest council debate will allow landlords to ask questions to five London councils. Visitors will be able to join a complimentary panel hosted by some of London’s councils to find out about the checks, fees, standards and procedures in each London Borough. Attendance at the panel is complimentary and on a first come, first served basis. 

The Expert Property Panel, launched in 2017, is also returning to the March show and is expected to host 450 + landlords and investors at what is the UK’s largest series of landlord debates.

This open panel debate focuses on tax and how landlords can manage their taxes and finances effectively; the afternoon session covers local councils – understanding their processes, legislation and differences in each borough. Speakers this time include Tony Gimple, Founding Director at Less Tax 4 Landlords, Emma Cox, Sales Director for the Commercial Property Finance Division of Shawbrook Bank and Russell Conway, Senior Partner at Oliver Fisher Solicitors, who is regularly featured on LBC Property Hour. The most recent speaker to be announced is Jim Haliburton, MD of HMO Daddy. Marie Parris, CEO of George Ellis Property Services, will once again present.

Shawbrook Bank attests to the importance of the education at the event, “Shawbrook is proud to support the Landlord Investment Show for 2018. We have worked together for a number of years and it has always been important to Shawbrook to partner with organisations that support an educational approach designed to shed light across a variety of important topics including the economic environment and the regulatory landscape”

Visitors can register for the show at landlordinvestmentshow.co.uk

For exhibitor enquiries, please call 020 8656 5075 or visit landlordinvestmentshow.co.uk/exhibit

About Landlord Investment Show

National Landlord Investment Show is the UK’s leading property investment exhibition, providing solutions, networking and advice for new seasoned and investors in the buy-to-let market. Established in 2013 and operating in property hotspots throughout the country, it has now run 54 shows successfully, and has provided property investment solutions for over 20,000 landlords in the last 12 months alone, a growth of 31% since 2015. www.landlordinvestmentshow.co.uk

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