Paul Shamplina is one of 11 speakers at the industry’s first totally virtual conference to take place during the crisis, on July 1st.
The Virtual Property Exhibition is being organised by high-profile property investment guru Simon Zutshi and is free to register for, and watch.
Zutshi was one of the original property wealthy creation experts in the UK and began investing in property during 1995, claiming to have achieved financial independence by the time he was 32 years old.
Shamplina is to talk at 4.45pm on the day and will give those watching an update on how Coronavirus has impacted the property investment market including the suspension of evictions until September.
The other ten speakers include leading auctioneer Andrew Parker, finance guru Kevin Whelan, Mike Bristow of crowdfunding platform CrowdProperty, businessman Dan Hill and well-known industry lawyer Mark Smith.
The event will also hear from residential and commercial developer Ranjan Bhattacharya, who founded networking group the Baker Street Property Meet, along with investor/developer turned proptech pioneer Paul Davis, portfolio landlord Michelle Cairns and also Simon Zutshi.
“The sad reality is, that with many businesses closing, and people being made redundant, the UK will probably go into recession and we may see a drop in property prices,” says Zutshi.
“It’s not a good time to be selling, but potentially a great time to be buying, as long as you know what you are doing with the most up-to-date information.”