Paul Shamplina has joined forces with the National Landlord Investment Show to offer a dynamic educational day designed to empower landlords in efficiently managing their property businesses.

This no-nonsense program addresses key challenges, providing landlords with invaluable information. Throughout the day, participants will have direct access to the speakers, ensuring they walk away with practical insights on key subjects such as Landlord Tax, Finance, Property Management, Guaranteed Rent, Investment, Banning of Section 21, Evictions, Renters Reform Bill plus much more….

Other experts on hand to give advice on a range of subjects and issues are to include David Coughlin of the National Association of Property Buyers, Susie Crolla of the Guild of Letting & Management, BTL finance expert lee GrandinLeigh Young of guaranteed rent specialist Elliot Leigh, tax expert Sean Hughes and leading letting agent Steve Wayne.

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To be held on June 5th in central London, it will cost just £199 (inc vat) to attend which includes breakfast, lunch and a ton of Education.

“The non-nonsense programme will address the key challenges facing landlords and provide them with invaluable information,” says Shamplina.

“Run by myself and the National Landlord Investment Show this event is designed by a team with decades of experience at the ground level of how to survive and thrive with constant changes in the economy, the rental market, regulation, legislation and taxation.”

Steve Hanbury adds: “We jumped at the chance when Paul approached us to co-organise a training day for landlords. In this ever-changing business, landlords are more than ever having to learn where to go right, avoid the wrongs and be professional.

For more information and to book tickets, visit the event’s website.

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