On Wednesday 9th and Thursday 10th September 2015 the Barbican in London will once again host the Landlord & Letting show and the RLA will be out in full force. There is a full schedule of panel discussions including new RLA Policy Chief David Smith and other leading thinkers in the housing industry, along with advice clinics, and seminars from RLA representatives. Any way you look at it the RLA is involved throughout and tickets for visitors are FREE.
The RLA return to stand 65 and look forward to seeing members and prospects, there may be show specials on offer so come by and say hello!
For anyone interested in attending it is important that you register for tickets
A full list of RLA activities during the two day conference includes:
Wednesday 9th September
10.15am – An update on the Housing Bill 2015 and how recent changes will impact the private rented sector
Following the General Election and Queen’s Speech, landlords have a new set of challenges but also opportunities for the future. In this panel discussion we will explore the changes to the Housing Bill and discover what they mean for landlords and the housing sector.
11.00am – Dave Absalom, RLA. Advice on Landlord legislation
1.15pm – Doug Hall, RLA Mortgages – ‘The BTL mortgage market and how to source the most suitable product for you’
Doug Hall, director of 3mc and RLA mortgages, will give an up-to-date picture on the current UK buy-to-let mortgage market, as well as providing advice on how to source the most suitable product for you, taking into account all criteria applied by different lenders. This seminar is perfect for those looking for opportunities in the buy-to-let mortgage market.
Thursday 10th September:
2.00pm – Jaimee Dickinson, Rentguard, Landlord Insurance advice
3.15pm – Dave Absalom, RLA – ‘Deregulation Act – How it affects Landlords’
The RLA’s senior Landlord Advice Team member, Dave Absalom, will advise you on the new legalisation and explain how it will impact you. This session is perfect for all landlords wishing to update and refresh their knowledge.
4.00pm – The budget and what it means for PRS landlords
A panel discussion on the recent budget and the impact it will have on PRS landlords. The discussion will cover the proposals affecting housing, property, the private rented sector and taxation.