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  • In the Spotlight

    Get FREE tickets to the Olympia LIS with IDS

    Political broadcaster Andrew Neil will be chairing the biggest landlord debate of the show.

    Over 450 Landlords will be in attendance and will be asking the expert panel including guest speaker Rt honourable Ian Duncan Smith their questions on subjects such as tax, Brexit, universal credit + much more!

    The 2019 show season kicks-off on March 21 at London Olympia with a landmark Government Panel Debate chaired by Andrew Neil and featuring Rt. Hon. Iain Duncan Smith MP; followed by a Legal Debate chaired by Paul Shamplina and a Beginners in Property Seminar chaired by Simon Zutshi.

    The team at the Landlord Investment Show team are working round the clock preparing for the first event of the year. The exhibitor floor will be brimming with all kinds of products and services to help you on your landlord investor journey, and given the huge success of our expert panels at the 2017 and 2018 shows, we are delighted to announce their return with an excellent variety of subjects and industry experts.

    Details of the March 21 Olympia Show panels and panelists are below, for a full list of all speakers please visit http://www.landlordinvestmentshow.co.uk – and don’t forget to resister for your free show admission.

    Government Panel Debate
    Auditorium, 10am - 11.15am

    As it says in the leader, our Government Panel Debate really is a landmark event. At the time of going to press it’s still anyone’s guess as to what will happen on the 29th, and with the show on the 21st our Government Panel Debate will be right in the eye of the Brexit storm.

    In terms of quorum we’ve had quite a coup. Our Chair Andrew Neil needs no introduction, we’re all huge fans of his political broadcasting and he’s the perfect choice to keep things on track. The Rt. Hon. Iain Duncan Smith MP is also taking time-out from his busy agenda to (re)join the 2019 panel.

    As a current Member of Parliament and former Conservative Party Leader his insight will be invaluable. As Knowledge and Product Editor of MailOnline's Money section, Sarah Davidson will be better equipped than anyone to offer opinion on the challenges of the BTL market.

    Another new addition to the panel is Simon Wilson, Executive Business Development Manager of recovery specialists Collect Your Rent. Being at the coalface of the private rented market Simon is in an excellent position to offer advice upon based upon his own experiences.

    If you’ve visited our shows before you’ll know our regular panelists Paul Mahoney, Founder & MD of Nova Financial Group and Tony Gimple, Founder of Less Tax 4 Landlords. Being experts on all subjects connected to Finance and Taxation, Paul and Tony will be able to offer some hugely helpful input from their vast wealth of knowledge and experience. I can say without hesitation that the Auditorium will be packed to the rafters, so we’d advise arriving early to secure your seat.

    For a full list of speakers and subjects please visit http://www.landlordinvestmentshow.co.uk – and don’t forget to resister for your free show admission.

    LEGAL Debate
    Auditorium, 1.30pm - 2.30pm

    Paul Shamplina, Founder and Director of Landlord Action, and star of Channel 5’s ‘Bad Tenants, Rogue Landlords’, will host our first live legal panel debate, featuring Russell Conway: Partner of Oliver Fisher Solicitors, Sean Hooker: Head of Redress for The Property Redress Scheme, and recovery specialists High Court Enforcement Group (HCE).

    The Panel, with many years’, experience in the legal field of buy-to-let, will debate and answer questions from the audience on the latest changes in the Private Rental Sector. Topics Covered will be Section 21s, AST’s, Longer Term Tenancies, HMOs, Housing Courts plus much more. Not to be missed.

    Beginners in Property Seminar
    Auditorium, 3.30pm - 4.30pm

    Chaired by Simon Zutshi, Founder of property investors network and author of Property Magic, this seminar is perfect for anyone just entering or considering entering the buy-to-let market.

    So if you’re thinking about getting into property, have inherited some money, wish to increase your portfolio, have questions about a strategy or the best finance options - then this is the seminar for you.

    The debate will cover and offer advice on; where to buy, finance, HMO's, legal/evictions, training, tax, plus much more.

    In addition to Simon Zutshi, panelists include Gavin Seaholme of Shawbrook Bank and Kam Dovedi Premier Property Education; plus other guest speakers who (at the time of going to press) are still to be announced. Again we advise arriving early to avoid disappointment.

    In addition we there are 5 rooms full of expert speakers brimming with helpful and insightful seminars. For a full list of  speakers and subjects please visit the show website – and don’t forget to resister for your free show admission.

    Key features of the show:

    Over 100 exhibitors – 45 + seminars and 3 expert panels!

    Get your tickets today by visiting the show website.  REGISTER HERE. 

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    Why are all these great events on weekdays? I work only four days a week, yet find it impossible to attend meetings to learn more about being a landlord. So frustrating...


    The show is THIS THURSDAY.  Giving this a bump!  Hope to see some PT members there!  Grab your free tickets now - it's going to be a great day.



    The UK's largest landlord exhibition, the National Landlord Investment Show, will return to London Olympia on the 21st March for its 12th appearance at this location.

    The National Landlord Investment Show is the UK's leading landlord and property exhibition and offers attendees a chance to connect with thousands of other professionals in the industry, such as investors, management companies, letting agents and various suppliers of buy-to-let services.

    This month, guest appearances will be made by Iain Duncan Smith and Andrew Neil, who will both be partaking in the Government Panel Debate, sponsored by Nova Financial and Less Tax 4 Landlords. Well-known political broadcaster Andrew Neil will chair this himself, and will welcome other notable individuals, including the Rt. Hon. Iain Duncan Smith, Paul Mahoney (Nova Financial), Tony Gimple (Less Tax 4 Landlords), Sarah Davidson (This is Money).

    With a substantial expected turnout of up to 4,000 UK landlords and property investors, a large focus will be on how landlords can grow and retain portfolios with success, with in-depth discussions set to take place on important issues facing the private rented sector today. These include Brexit, property licensing, tax, finance, immigration and much more, which will be covered in seminars on the day delivered by industry experts.

    There will also be a question and answer debate that will discuss the issues that UK landlords are currently facing, exploring the various changes that individuals in this sector should be aware of and predictions about the future of the industry. Attendees will be given a unique opportunity to voice their own opinions and raise questions that matter to their own individual operations.

    Tracey Hanbury, co-director of the Landlord Investment Show comments: “The Landlord Investment Show is a unique opportunity for companies to showcase their services to landlords throughout the UK.  Since we first established the event, it has developed a strong reputation in the sector and has attracted some of the industry's most valuable players, including, Less Tax for Landlords, NatWest Bank, Barclays Bank, Nova, Landlord Action, Strawberry Star, and Alan Boswell Group.”

    Steve Hanbury, co-director of the Landlord Investment Show comments: “This exhibition provides landlords with a unique and comprehensive opportunity to discover the latest trends, news, insights and advice that matter to the industry. It is unlike any other exhibition in that it gathers together so many of the UK’s leading figures in the property world, with huge opportunities to share and connect.  It’s also free to attend! So anyone with an interest in areas such as property tax, buy-to-let opportunities or legislation changes really has no excuse not to join us on the 21st.

    To learn more about The Landlord Investment Show or book free tickets to attend, visit the website: https://www.landlordinvestmentshow.co.uk/