publication date: Apr 5, 2011
author/source: Kate Faulkner, Property Expert and Author of Which? Property Books
Buying to Let Advice
Landlord Action and Kate Faulkner team up for a Seminar on the Possibilities and Pitfalls of Buy to Let
On Thursday 21st April 2011, Landlord Action, an organisation specialising in tenant eviction, and property expert and Director of Designs on Property, Kate Faulkner, will be joining forces to deliver a seminar on the possibilities and pitfalls of buy to let investments. The one day buying to let advice event will be held at the Holiday Inn, Kensington Forum, London. Book your tickets NOW!
Paul Shamplina, Founder of Landlord Action, comments “The current market is very difficult to read. Conflicting information about property prices, investment opportunities and strategies make it challenging for property investors to know how best to adapt to a changing market and who to trust.”
Kate Faulkner, property commentator, analyst and a consultant across the residential property industry, will be joining Paul Shamplina. Kate comments “The seminar aims to be purely educational, no sales pitches, no hidden agendas. We hope to offer delegates advice on the buy to let market which comes from experience, so that investors can not only review their current investments, but find new opportunities that stack up now and in the future.”
Having built a business helping landlords who have experienced the pitfalls of buy to let, Landlord Action are all too aware how important a measured and methodical approach to property and investment are and the intrinsic need to carry out sufficient due diligence. “We have seen too many landlords making hurried, unplanned decisions that end up costing them. Landlords need to look at their property as a business, not a lifestyle and take advice before entering into a purchase. Gaining a greater understanding of the market, the opportunities and the pitfalls will not only help to make better buy to let decisions through identifying good investments, but also avoid costly mistakes.”
Book Tickets here for the buy to let seminar on 21st April or call 0208 906 3838.