A NEW event aimed at new and existing landlords to be held in Bangor later this year is being driven by demand, organisers say.
Dafydd Hardy estate agents and 75Point3 independent financial planners are seeing a rise in the number of new landlord enquiries, and increasing interest from existing landlords looking to add to their portfolio.
The Landlord Symposium features speakers from the Landlords Association, Gwynedd County Council’s housing section and North Wales Credit Union, as well as estate agency Co-Director Dafydd Hardy and 75Point3’s Head of Lending Mark Bonsall.
It takes place on Thursday October 17 from 6pm at The Management Centre in Bangor.
Dafydd Hardy said: “We are seeing a lot of interest in buy-to-let this year, with interest rates low and stable and demand for rentals still on the increase.
People with a range of different circumstances are coming to us, from those who have recently inherited a property to existing landlords looking for more lets.
This event will help first-time landlords as well as those who already let property.”
Topics covered will include how to raise capital for property investment and manage your finances, the role of the letting agent, how state benefits can help form successful landlord-tenant relationships, and information about credit unions and how you can use them to help your tenants.
The Landlord Symposium is free to attend but places are limited and available only on a first-come, first-served basis.
To book your place, contact Sarah Edwards at Dafydd Hardy on 01248 711999 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or Carole Evans at 75Point3 on 01492 877299, email email@example.com