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 This increases the likelihood that some or all of it's content is now outdated.

Click here To book  your Free e-tickets  to the London Landlord Property Investment Show

“This show offers investment opportunities, advice and services for experienced landlords, Investors, Property Professionals & indeed those who are just embarking on the buy-to-let market……”

London Landlord Property Investment Show will be held at the prestigious Grand Connaught Rooms, London, WC2B 5BZ Tuesday 15th October 2013 (Free Entry) 10am – 5pm.

“As the property market recovers, landlords are in a more competitive environment. Tenants are more demanding and deals are becoming trickier to find.

- Advertisement -

“To succeed you need to be informed and aware of market trends and these local Landlord shows are a great way to meet with trade suppliers and learn from expert speakers.” (Richard Bowser, Editor of Property Investor News)

Reasons to attend The London Landlord Property Investment Show

  • Meet Industry Leaders
  • Seminars delivered by Industry Experts
  • Buy-to-let opportunities
  • Gain valuable knowledge
  • Network with Property Professionals
  • Residential Property Auction

On the same day of the exhibition there is a residential property auction being held at the Grand Connaught Rooms, come along and see what investment opportunities are available.

We are delighted to announce Kate Faulkner will be at our “Landlord Advice Stand”

(11am – 3pm)

 Kate Faulkner is considered one of the leading property analysts and buy-to-let strategists.

As such Kate helps buy to let investors who have yet to build a portfolio and investors with over 100 properties work out what their next steps should be.

Kate can help with working out what and where to buy, property investment strategies and how to exit from your property portfolio whether you decide to take income from the rent or cash in your properties.

Do not miss the chance to meet Kate and find out how she can help you.


Richard Bowser  – Editor of Property Investor News

Risk and Reward: Making sense of Investment Prospects in 2013

As a sought after speaker at many national property investor and regional landlord events since 2002, Richard’s views are widely recognised and valued, most importantly of course by the thousands of regular subscribers to “Property Investor News”.

Paul Shamplina  – Founder of Landlord Action

Paul Shamplina-Founder of Landlord Action, who recently appeared on ‘Meet The Landlords on BBC 1’, will share his experience of 25 years of dealing with problem tenants. Making sure landlords, do not lose control of the management of their property and prevent them from putting in  a bad tenant.  Understand the pitfalls, the regulations and legal process and the need to make your property pay. His company have dealt with over 25,000 instructions.

 Panel of Experts with Rentify, British Gas & Kate Faulkner

Discussing the everyday and long term issues landlords face the Rentify panel aims to offer advice to all landlords. The panel includes Will Orr (Commercial Director for British Gas) and Kate Faulkner (designs on property) among other distinguished guests. The Rentify panel is a must see event coupled with the opportunity to ask the panel questions!

Marie Parris – The Ultimate MasterClass in Vetting and Checking Your Tenants

The word “thoroughly” has been so misused when associated with tenant checks – and by doing a confirmation of employment and tenancy is not enough.  In this interactive seminar Marie Parris will demonstrate how and why must drill down on the information provided by tenants on an application form and supporting documentation.  By following Marie’s SOP (Standard Operating Procedures) you will learn how to reduce your chances of renting to a rogue tenant – the type that never has any intention of paying your rent.

Steven Hanbury – Tenants History – We reveal why finding a good tenant will become a lot easier

Steven will explain in detail and illustrate their revolutionary concept which pinpoints the exact residential history of a tenant, contract dates, rating from the previous landlord/agent and their contact details.  The service has caused a welcome noise in the industry. Tenants History is a unique service and he will explain just how quick, easy and very simple their service is to use.

Ian Roper (Principal) – Landlords Tax Returns

Ian Roper is the founder of Landlord Tax Advisors and is a Chartered Accountant with over 15 years’ experience in practice.  In his talk he will guide you through the common errors found by HM Revenue and Customs in landlords tax returns, explain what should be done to avoid those and outline some of the tax planning landlords can do to save tax.

James Davis (CEO) – Upad

‘92% of tenants are searching online for their next rental, but where and how can I reach them?’

The vast majority – 92% of tenants start their property search online. That shouldn’t surprise anyone but are landlords changing their tenant finding strategies in response? This talk looks at how to use the internet to minimise void periods, and save a tonne of cash on agent’s fees in the process.

Nick Carlilse – Property entrepreneur and founder of Property Portfolio Builder Ltd.

I often say that if you chopped me in half you’d find the word “PROPERTY” running through me like a stick of Blackpool rock! Why? Simply because I believe property is the best investment people can make.  It’s tangible and unlike shares, which can be wiped out overnight, property always retains some intrinsic value.

Today, as founder of the business, I lead the Platinum Builder team which identifies below-market-value property deals to produce cash-flow in the short term and solid investments in the medium to long term.

To book your free e-tickets please visit

We look forward to seeing you on Tuesday 15th October 2013:

Doors open at 10am:

Show closes at 5pm:

Travel by car:

Postcode WC2B 5DA – The nearest car park is on the corner of Drury Lane and Parker Street and is only a two minute stroll.

By London Underground:

Nearest Underground Stations: Covent Garden and Holborn.

Covent Garden Underground Station (Piccadilly Line) is a short walk from the venue.

Holborn Underground Station (Piccadilly and Central Line) is also a short walk.

The Central Line connects Essex to West London via the City and Central London.

If you require any further information please contact Tracey Hanbury on 020 8656 5075.

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


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here