James Murray, Deputy Mayor of Housing, has been announced as the Keynote Speaker at the upcoming NLA & Portico London Landlord Seminar, 22nd November 2016 at the Institute of Directors, Pall Mall.
The Deputy Mayor will be sharing his vision for how the Mayor of London’s programme will improve housing in London and affect private sector landlords. Proposals could include London wide co-ordination of licensing, a scheme for naming and shaming criminal landlords, promoting accreditation and a new London wide lettings agency. He will also be accepting questions from the floor, so it will be a fantastic opportunity to find out more.
The Seminar will also include a housing market update from Portico’s Regional Director, Mark Lawrinson, who will take us through the latest figures, including a borough by borough analysis of rental yield.
Please see the full line up below, or click the link to buy tickets: https://www.portico.com/seminar/payment/
Tickets are just £10 for NLA members with promo code: POR41CO
Robert Nichols, Managing Director, Portico
Setting the Scene: After Brexit
Richard Blanco, NLA London Representative
Richard will set the scene with a summary of some of the hot topics facing London landlords as we head for Brexit.
James Murray, Deputy Mayor of London for Housing
James Murray shares his vision for how the Mayor of London’s programme will improve housing in London and affect private sector landlords.
Housing Market Update
Mark Lawrinson, Regional Sales Director, Portico
After the EU Referendum there has been some uncertainty about the direction of house prices. Mark will take us through the latest figures, including a borough by borough analysis of rental yield.
Adapting Your Investment Strategy
Richard Bowser, Editor, Property Investor News
Rob Nichols, Managing Director, Portico
Nicole Bremner, Commercial/Residential Developer
Simon Allen, Searchlight Finance
Following the shift in government policy towards landlords and a series of income and stamp duty tax changes, we need to adapt to survive. In our panel discussion we will look at a range of strategies from incorporation and serviced apartments to HMOs, buying to sell and mixing residential with commercial. How will regulation of Buy to Let mortgages affect London landlords and what are your borrowing options, particularly if you plan to change your strategy?