As a measure of long Covid has lasted now, the National Landlord Investment show has announced that it’s to stage its third event online-only event next week.
Taking place on Wednesday 24th February, the virtual pow-wow will include 30 online seminars kicked off by a debate chaired by Paul Shamplina (pictured, below) of Landlord Action and TV show Nightmare Tenants, Slum Landlords.
He and a host of other property experts will be discussing what they think 2021 has in store for landlords including legal issues, political outlook, market forecast plus the positives and negatives facing the housing market.
Others debating these issues with Shamplina include Ben Beadle, CEO of the NRLA; property analysist and commentator Kate Faulkner and landlord Jonathan Schuman (pictured, below), MD of Magnet Properties.
The rest of the day will include back-to-back speakers and seminars offering expert advice on taxation, legal, finance, HMOs, training, management, proptech as well as investment opportunities in emerging UK property hotspots.
This event will help both seasoned investors and aspiring landlords wishing to enter the UK buy-to-let market.
“We have successfully delivered 69 live events throughout the UK and now have diversified into online,” says show founder Tracey Hanbury (pictured).
“It remains a challenging time, but we are thankful we moved into online events last year. It’s quite a departure from delivering live exhibitions, with its own unique challenges, but having already delivered two hugely successful online shows in 2020, we are in an excellent position to face whatever 2021 has in store.”