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Landlords Invited to Broaden Their Knowledge

By Published October 26, 2018

Private landlords across Darlington and the Tees Valley are being encouraged to sign up for a free information event next month.

Organised by the National Landlords Association (NLA) Tees Valley, the Knowledge Network Event is open to any landlords and others interested in becoming a landlord.

The event will be held at the premises of Archers Law LLP, Lakeside House, Kingfisher Way, Stockton, on Thursday 8 November, 6.30-8.30pm. Places are free but must be booked in advance.

Councillor Chris McEwan, Darlington Borough Council’s deputy leader and cabinet member for economy and regeneration, explained: “This is a great opportunity for landlords to gain vital knowledge and have any burning questions answered by a panel of local experts.”

The guest speakers will give presentations on a range of topics and then sit as a panel for questions, debate and analysis. They will include representatives from the following:

Archers Law – to analyse and discuss key legal issues relating to the property business.

Waltons Clark Whitehill – to analyse and discuss strategies to mitigate the effect of landlord taxes.

Handelsbanken – will offer advice on gaining mortgage finance and portfolio refinancing.

Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) – will offer advice on how to minimise the impact of Universal Credit.

National Landlords Association (NLA) – to provide an update and discussion on the latest legislation and NLA membership.

You can register for this free Knowledge Network Event via the NLA’s website at https://landlords.org.uk/events/nla-tees-valley-knowledge-network-event

For more information about the work of the council’s private sector housing team log onto the website at www.darlington.gov.uk/housing/private-sector-housing 

 

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