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The National Landlords Association (NLA) will be supporting The Property Investor Show on both days it is hosted on Friday 11th and Saturday 12th October.

The UK’s longest established event for property investors and landlords returns to Excel London and the NLA is providing two keynote speakers.

As well as the speakers the NLA Exhibition will be at stand 110 along with knowledgeable staff available to offer expert advice on a range of topics such as services, accreditation and the support and guidance the NLA gives its members.

On Friday 11 October, the Local Representative for London, Richard Blanco will speak about the top ten challenges facing London landlords today.

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Richard will bring together all the latest facts, figures and policy changes to ensure landlords are fully aware of what they face in the capital.

The following day David Cox, Senior Policy Officer for the NLA will deliver a speech on effective letting and how to get it right from the start.

David will provide an overview of the regulations and current best practice examples on selecting tenants, deposit protection (including the implications of Superstrike Vs. Rodrigues case), the new Immigration rules, and some of the do’s and don’ts on what to include in tenancy agreements.

Since 2002, the show has witnessed the largest single gathering of landlords at any property event in the UK.

The show will also include a range of property investment options (including number of ‘at show’ exclusives) plus a comprehensive range of investor and landlord services.

Entry to the show is free of charge, but visitors are required to register.

For information on how to do that and to see a full list of seminar speakers visit www.landlords.org.uk/events/property-investor-show-2013 Doors open at 10am on both days.

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