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The LIS Awards returned for a second time on 21st November at the JW Grosvenor House Hotel in Park Lane, after a successful inaugural event in November 2018.

The night’s proceedings brought over 400 key players in the UK property market, including landlords, investors, and a range of businesses providing key services to the sector all together in the same room, to celebrate the best and the brightest that the sector had to offer in 2019.

Impressionist and comedian Jon Culshaw led the show as the compere for the evening, before guests witnessed the unveiling of this year’s award winners.

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Celebrating 2019’s top talent

The 2019 Awards brought together an eclectic judging panel, which comprised of experts in a wide range of fields, to help determine which businesses went above and beyond this year, and which names to keep an eye out for in the UK property market.

The event also highlighted the invaluable work of the Royal Trinity Hospice, the event’s selected charity. It works tirelessly to deliver expert and compassionate end of life care, serving as the UK’s oldest hospice, founded in 1891. For more details, read more here.

Award winners demonstrate excellence

The winners for the night’s awards were chosen for the industry-leading work they had demonstrated in the last 12 months, making them a true credit to the property sector and a great example of what’s possible, to all those that work within it.

Here are just some of the 2019 award-winners…

 

Best Landlord Insurance Provider Alan Boswell Group

Best Landlord Legal Services Provider Legal for Landlords

Best Online Agency Howsy

Best Property Education Provider Fielding Financial

Best Online Product for Landlords Arthur Online

Best Specialist Finance Provider Together Money

Best Alternative Property Investment Provider Hunter Jones

Best Tax and Accountancy Provider Peplows Accountants

Property Notify would like to warmly congratulate all those businesses that were shortlisted this year, especially those who won this year’s awards.

Both winners and shortlist members continued to show how businesses both big and small have been able to thrive, offer much-needed services and invaluable investment opportunities in the property sector, in a year marked by political and economic uncertainty.

The LIS was pleased to announce that the awards show would return in late 2020.

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