Landlord Investor Magazine, published since 2014 will also contain more in-depth stories and additional interviews with leading industry figures.
The redesigned magazine will reach 44,000 opted-in subscribers monthly and will cover news from UK and overseas, with a focus on how current and potential landlords and investors can keep up-to-date with legislation and leverage investment most effectively.
With Landlord Investor Magazine, investors and property professionals can keep their finger on the pulse of the buy-to-let and investment property markets.
Each edition is now available online via a new mobile website, as well as in its current digital and print formats. These enable readers to access information on the go via their preferred platforms.
The investment in the new digital platform and redesign is a result of consistent feedback from advertisers and readers who want their content optimised and available on any device while they’re on the go. Additional sponsorship and advertising formats have been made available across all platforms to meet the demands of advertisers in the industry.
The LI Media portfolio includes:
Landlord Investor Magazine is a subscription-based product available in both print and digital formats with 11 issues each year. It offers advice, features, and news, and helps property professionals keep up to date with essential industry developments.
further information on this magazine please call a member of the team on 0208 656 5075 or visit Landlord Investor Magazine
National Landlord Investment Show
The show will be in 11 locations in 2017 including 5 National events and will attract over 25,000 visitors and more then 550 exhibitors annually.
The next show is: North London Show Emirates Stadium, London, 1 March 2017 – Click here to Book your Free Tickets
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