Landlord and Investor Summit in Milton KeynesPosted 5th February 2017
Crucial information on the state of the property market in Milton Keynes and beyond will be shared at the city’s premier Landlord and Investor Summit.
Property landlords and investors will be gathering at Stadium:MK on Friday, February 10, to find the latest information if they are aspiring to either own property or to grow and develop their portfolio.
Neil Briggs, the Managing Director of inspired Sales and Letting, based in Sovereign Court in the city centre, is headline sponsor of the summit.
He said: “Property specialists often talk about location, location, location as being important but it is much more nuanced than that.
“Being close to a fantastic primary school can boost property prices dramatically whereas being close to a large secondary school won’t have that same impact.
“For example, being in the catchment area of St Thomas Aquinas Catholic Primary School in Bletchley puts a massive 12.4 per cent premium on prices in the area.
“The 250m zone around St Thomas Aquinas had an average sold property price of £300,000 in August 2016, whereas 5km away the average sold property price was £262,900. That is a huge premium of 12.4 per cent.”
This exciting summit is a must for anyone with a property portfolio or anyone who is thinking of investing in property in Milton Keynes or beyond the city. Perhaps they have had a windfall from their pension fund or already have a property portfolio and they are looking to grow.
The Landlord and Investor Summit is supported by some big names in MK, including Royal Bank of Scotland, Whitebox Property Solutions, LNPG, Carey Pensions, The Mortgage Store, Mortimers, Property Repossessions Spain, Optima Boilers, SAVA School of Surveying, ISIS Relocation and Wilson Brown Solicitors.
There will also be a business expo featuring property related businesses, including IKEA, and seminars on subjects ranging from “How we built a multi-million pound property business within 24 months” from Whitebox PS; “Maximise Your pension fund” by Carey Pensions and “How to Save thousands on building and interior supplies” from LNPG.
Victoria Beale, the Co-Founder of the Landlord Summit, said: “Anyone who wants to know more about property in Milton Keynes should seriously consider attending this event. Knowledge is power, after all!”
For ticket details visit www.inspiredagents.co.uk/events-sp-7.htm