Gwent Landlord Forum Launches New Season as It Helps Landlords Navigate the Private Rented Sector
The South Wales Argus covered our upcoming Gwent Landlord Forum.
The new season of the Gwent Landlord Forum kicks off on Tuesday 25th September at the Parkway Hotel in Llantarnam, Cwmbran.
The free event, sponsored by Cwmbran-based Rubin Lewis O’Brien and Green & Co Accountants and Tax Advisors will kick off the fourth year of forums aimed at educating landlords from across Newport and Gwent.
The event will continue on a guest speaker format, with September’s forum covering the basics of the private rented sector, including the most common mistakes landlords make, as well as an update on the Renting Home Act.
The speakers are Emily Samuel from letting agency SerenLiving and Simon White from the Welsh Government.
Ed Gooderham, Director of Green & Co Accountants and Tax Advisors said:
“We are excited to launch the new season of the Gwent Landlord Forum alongside our partners at Rubin Lewis O’Brien.
Our contacts and clients alike enjoy the forum and find it an incredibly useful tool. We welcome both Emily and Simon and look forward to two interesting and informative talks.”
Managing Partner at Rubin Lewis O’Brien, Sam George, said:
“The Gwent Landlord Forum is now in its fourth year and it is an important part of our stakeholder engagement. By hearing first-hand the views of our clients and the people of the Gwent area, we are able to ensure our understanding of the buy-to-let market is spot on.
“It is vital that we bring the best-placed professionals to keep attendees informed on what is an ever-evolving industry. On behalf of our firm, I look forward to welcoming all attendees to the start of our new year.”
The Gwent Landlord Forum will start at 5.45pm and is due to finish by 8.30pm.
For more information, please contact Green & Co Accountants and Tax Advisors. Alternatively, landlords and those with an interest in the buy-to-let market, can follow @GwentLandlord on Twitter.
Please note: This article is a commentary on general principles and should not be interpreted as advice for your specific situation.