For any budding landlords out there, you’ll be excited to know that No Letting Go will be attending this year’s National Landlord Investment Show!
Taking place in Manchester on the 9th October 2018, the show will be running for its 5th consecutive year, with industry experts giving seminars on a wide range of topics.
Here you’ll find an overview of the event and what you can expect to gain from it:
The event is effectively a hub of valuable information for any upcoming or established landlords.
Running from 9am to 3.30pm, there will be a range of seminars covering several different topics, as well as a morning networking event being held prior (between 9am to 10am).
Here’s what you can expect:
There will be many complimentary seminars taking place, being led by experts in the industry. This is the perfect place to keep up to date on industry trends in a face-to-face setting with those at the forefront of their field.
The structure of the event has been proven to help landlords maximise their property investments after networking with both professionals and peers. The morning preceding the event is a fantastic opportunity to share experiences and discuss local issues.
You’ll be privy to a lot of in-depth information which can only serve to improve your acumen as you move further forward in your career!
Keeping in the spirit of the event, here are 5 top tips for landlord investments which you may find useful:
Keep yourself informed on both the risks and benefits involved with each investment you go into. Make sure it’s an investment you’re absolutely sure of.
It never hurts to employ some outside guidance – an agent who’s an expert in property management will be able to give you advice on best practice regarding rent, maintenance costs and other areas of property management.
It may seem obvious but finding the right tenants can make your life a whole lot easier. Finding tenants who are responsible and unlikely to cause problems means less money and time being spent on maintenance or chasing unpaid rent.
The next step is securing long-term tenancies!
Knowing your rights as a landlord is extremely important. Being well informed on both your rights AND those of your tenants puts you in a better position to avoid any potential legal issues (which can set you back significantly).
Make sure you’re thoroughly insured to avoid any surprise issues. Landlord insurance will cover you for a wide range of unprecedented problems, so don’t make any assumptions – make sure you’re covered!
There are a lot of challenges you’ll face as a prospective landlord – events like this can be extremely helpful. Our services can also help you face these challenges – you can find out more about these services here.
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