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Live shows return to Manchester on 12th October and London 26th October.

Manchester 12th October

National Landlord Investment Show returns to Manchester United Football Club October 12th for the first live event since 2019 then onto its National event in London on October 26th at Old Billingsgate.

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We are absolutely thrilled to be returning to Old Trafford, Manchester for our first live event in nearly 2 years.

Not only is this our 7th return to Manchester United Football Club, but also marks our 70th live show since our inception in 2013.

The National Landlord Investment Show is the UK’s leading landlord & property investment exhibition.

Our shows connect Thousands of property professionals throughout the UK and are a beacon for anyone with an interest in buy-to-let or the private rented sector.

We offer the opportunity to meet exhibitors and discuss your needs, browse the superb products and services on offer, network and watch excellent seminars by leading industry experts.

We are delighted to have exhibitors from Manchester and the NW which include:

Legal Advice, Finance Suppliers, Investment Opportunities, Insurance, Tax Experts, Property Management, Education & Mentoring, Latest Proptech, Furnishings / Decor and myriad other helpful services, all under one roof.

You’ll find such an extensive spread of exhibitors at the show and with the property market remaining buoyant, there’s no time like now to get involved.

Attend up to 25 seminars on the day, including panel debates with property experts covering every aspect of the private rented sector.

National Show – London, Old Billingsgate, – 26th October

The show is excited to hold their 71st at a new London Venue which is the exceptional Old Billingsgate, located riverside of London Bridge.

The venue is extremely impressive and will bring much to the event including fantastic train & tube lines directly into London Bridge and city tube stations which are all within walking distant.

Over 70+ exhibitors will be on hand for you to meet, network and do business with, in addition the show boasts over 50 expert speakers and has added three unique and unmissable features including:

UK’s largest panel debate

The impact of Covid & Brexit on the UK property market, hosted by Andrew Neil

The UK’s largest panel debate, the auditorium will seat 300 landlords and will be chaired by the political commentator Andrew Neil, the panel members include the NRLA, Chris Bailey from Less Tax for Landlords, David Smith, Economics Editor from The Sunday Times, others will be announced shortly.

Property Elevator

We are delighted Property Elevator is joining us live at Old Billingsgate.

Chaired by John Howard, the Property Elevator Angels will be considering pitches from budding property developers who want the chance to partner with seasoned property professionals.

Property Elevator panel includes, John Howard (Chair Angel), Helen Chorley, Property Expert, Nicholas Wallwork, Property Expert & CEO of Property Forum, Paul Mahoney, Founder & CEO of Nova Financial Group & Ranjan Bhattacharya, Property Expert.

Property Summits presents

Property Development vs Rental – Risk & Reward – Chaired by Tracey Hanbury

Chaired by Show Founder, Tracey Hanbury, Property Summits brings together five of the most respected, highly skilled and experienced names in the property industry. Combining a staggering 100+ years of experience in property investment, development, finance, tax and succession planning. This panel will discuss and contrast the benefits and risks associated with developing property versus buy to let property,

Co-Founder Tracey Hanbury commented:

“We are absolutely thrilled to be staging live shows again.

We had fantastic success with our digital events during lockdown, however the property sector thrives on face-to-face interactions.

Our Manchester show on October 12th will mark our 70th live exhibition since our inception in 2013.

As always it is a great pleasure to have the Manchester Chamber of Commerce support the show and take a stand on the day!

Registrations are flying in, which shows a huge appetite for live shows again.

We cannot wait to see you in person in October.”

Main sponsor, Paul Mahoney, CEO of Nova Financial, comments:

“We have exhibited at all the live shows since 2013 and also sponsored the online events during the pandemic and I am delighted to say the shows have gone from strength to strength.

We have increased our presence at all events and are delighted to be Main Sponsor for the upcoming Manchester & London Shows.

These events are unmissable for any UK landlord, me and my team cannot wait to be part of the events again and to meet you once again face to face.”

HJ Collection, Reece Mennie commented:

“Having exhibited at the National Landlord Investment shows over the last few years both in person, and online, it was routine that we would be returning for the October 2021 events.

The team are looking forward to attending live events again, and what better way to network with like-minded individuals at this year’s Manchester and London events.

We find the events a great way to present our companies in a professional manner, whilst building up our brand and getting in front of potential clients to make them aware of our services and how we can help them. We can’t want to get going again next month.”

Registration is totally FREE so please click here to get your tickets to the hottest and biggest UK Landlord and Property Investment Show.

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