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Landlord Investment Show is heading to 10 Investment areas in 2015 and has launched a great monthly magazine which has been greatly welcomed by Landlords & Property Professionals!

Landlord Investment Show heads to Ashford in Surrey on Thursday 5th February at the Ashford International Hotel, Ashford,

Is Buy- to -Let in Kent a good investment for the future?

We hear much about buy to let being a great investment and with new freedoms to invest your pension in something other than an annuity; many pundits predict people will turn to property.

But is property the right type of investment to deliver a pension? How has property performed in Kent and surrounding areas? It may have delivered great capital growth, but what kind of income returns can you get?

These are all questions that any would be and indeed existing property investors need to be asking themselves and the good news is that the latest Landlord Investment Show is returning to Ashford on Thursday 5th February to ensure you have all the information  you need for your property investment to be a success.

The show will feature both national and local buy to let experts all there on the day to help inform and answer questions so local & outside investors can understand the risks and rewards they face now and in the future. There will be property opportunities to invest in and essential information such as the latest rules and regulation changes about the requirement for immigration checks, potential new rules on retaliatory eviction and the implications of a change of emphasis on energy performance ratings. And, as we head into the New Year, the need to know about any tax breaks or new rules is vital for landlords to stay legal and make sure those tax bills are minimised!

One of the national experts presenting at the show will be Kate Faulkner, MD of independent property advice site property check lists. Kate regularly comments on property matters on TV and in the national and local media and explains from a market perspective “Kent is a good area to invest from a capital growth perspective. Prices for properties over the last 15 years have increased every year, but you have to work hard to produce a good income from renting.” Kate goes on to say “These shows are essential for landlords. Whether you rent out your own home or another one you own, you have to run it as a business and with rules and regulations changing so often, landlords have to keep themselves up to date with what’s happening. The beauty of this show is it’s local to Kent and the surrounding Kent area, so any market information is bespoke and therefore much more relevant.”

Tracey Hanbury Exhibition Director says “the event is completely free to attend and provides valuable information for Landlords, Investors and those who are venturing into buy to let.

Meet over 40 exhibitors at this one day event who can help you grow and retain your investment and attend seminars delivered by Industry experts.

Exhibitors include:

Legal advice, Tax advice, Investment Opportunities, Tenancy Deposit Schemes, financial services + much more!

To register for your free show tickets, download the seminar programme and view a full exhibitor list visit:

To book your free tickets for any of the other events see the main home page:

Landlord Investment Show are also organising other events in 2015 including:

  • Colchester – Essex – 5th March – Colchester United FC
  • Reading  – 22nd April – Crown Plaza
  • Croydon – 14th May – Fairfield Halls
  • London – 4th June– London Olympia
  • North London/ Herts 24th September – Holiday Inn
  • Manchester – 1st Oct  – Manchester United FC
  • Maidstone – 22nd October – Great Danes Hotel
  • London – November 19th – London Olympia

If you require any further information on the event please contact Tracey Hanbury on 0208 656 5075
The team added a welcome addition to the LIS shows last year with the launch of “Landlord Investor Magazine” to view this month issue please visit

Please Note: This Article is 8 years old. This increases the likelihood that some or all of it's content is now outdated.


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