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Sunderland to host meeting of North East Landlords’ Association this week

THE North East Landlords’ Association is to hold its first meeting in Sunderland this week, giving landlords and associated businesses across Wearside the chance to get the latest updates in the property market.

The meeting will take place this Tuesday, November 27th from 5.30pm-9pm in the Bede Tower in Burdon Road, Sunderland (SR2 7EA) with a host of interesting talks and advice seminars.

On the fun side, there will be the ‘Brucey Bonus Landlord Quiz’ hosted by Bruce Haagensen.

But other talks include:

  • ‘How to Spot Common Defects in Houses’ by Rob Harrison,
  • ‘Cyber Security – Why it is Vitally Important for Landlords’ by Nick Atkinson,
  • ‘Protecting Your Wealth’ by David Smith.

There will also be an update on local and national issues of interest to landlords.

And a key attraction will be an exhibition from companies and specialist advisors that can help you with property business and will be on hand throughout the event.

You can also book a free, 10-minute consultation with experts specialising in tax, legal, mortgage and insurance. fields.

Tea and coffee will be provided on a night which it is hoped will be enjoyable and beneficial for North East landlords and all those associated with businesses touching on the property market.

The North East Landlords (NEL) is a new organisation that has been set to help ALL landlords in the North East. This is the second event – after the first was held in Newcastle – and the first to be held in Sunderland. Long-term, the NEL plans to hold regular meetings across the North East for the benefit of landlords. 

The event will help you get to know why NEL is being established, how we see it working and hear what you would like to see it deliver.

 Doors open 5.30pm for the buffet tea and the presentations start at 6.30pm start.

There is ample free onsite parking with additional spaces around the corner in the Sweeney Miller Car Park on Mowbray Road.

Tickets are free but spaces MUST be reserved here

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