The National Landlord Investment Show (Tracey and Steve Hanbury) with Paul Shamplina launched its very first Landlord Training Day “How to Survive and Thrive in 2024” held in London on Wednesday 5th June.

The event was a no-nonsense educational day comprising seminars, panel debates and networking, focused on coaching Landlords to navigate the tough economic and regulatory environment the private rented sector is facing. The objective was to provide UK Landlords with invaluable guidance.

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Experts offered advice on a range of subjects and issues throughout the day. The speakers who featured were Tim Bannister of Rightmove, David Coughlin of the National Association of Property Buyers / Landlord Sales Agency, BTL Mortgage Expert Lee Grandin of Landlord Mortgages, Leigh Young of guaranteed rent specialist Elliot Leigh, tax expert Sean Hughes of Comprehensive Tax Planningleading letting agent Steve Wayne of Benjamin Stevens and of course a legal insight delivered by Paul Shamplina of Landlord Action.

Paul Shamplina says:

“This event was delivered with decades of experience from the ground level up of how to survive and thrive with constant changes in the economy, the rental market, regulation, legislation and taxation”.

The day started a 9am with a morning breakfast/tea/coffee and networking. By the time the session was about to start there were 100+ UK Landlords taking to their seats in the main Auditorium at the National Union of Teachers. This was an action-packed day with breaks in between for Landlords to network and digest all the information on offer.

Following on from the huge success of their first Landlord Training Day which was CPD accredited Paul, Tracey and Steve will be launching more of these events which may be coming to a city near you.

Feedback has been amazing from the Landlords in attendance, please see below what some of our attendees had to say.

Andreas Loizou said:
Thank you for arranging the event, it was worth every penny. I found the content excellent, and the panel of speakers provided valuable insight into their subject matter expertise. The venue was well-suited for this type of event and the size of the group. 

Imran says “It’s been a really busy day, we are tapping into the best of the best”.

Cleveland adds “One of many things I have taken away from today is to try and not be so smug and think you know it because you don’t”.

Steve Hanbury concludes “The day just flew by and it was so refreshing to meet so many landlords that have varying sizes of portfolios, some with 5 properties and others with 50 to 100+ properties in the room. All of those in attendance wanted to better themselves as Landlords and keep on being Professional. A breakfast, lunch and tons of Landlord education in one day, what is better than that”.

Keep an eye out for another Training Day coming soon and book-on quickly as places are limited!

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