If you’re a letting agent or landlord, it pays to stay ahead of the latest news and trends in the property sector. One of the best ways to do this is to attend an industry event.
We’ve rounded up some of the best London property events coming up in 2020 for letting agents and landlords to help you organise your calendar and plan for a year of success.
Why Should I Attend an Industry Event?
Not only are property events insightful, they can even offer exciting opportunities to grow your business. Here are some of the most important reasons to attend an event;
- Network with peers and industry leaders
- Gain fascinating insights and ideas from others in your sector
- Discuss current challenges and find solutions
- Make new business contacts
- Find trusted partners and service providers
Let’s get stuck into the best upcoming events;
NAEA Propertymark National Conference
Where: 133 Houndsditch, London
Who for: Estate agents
Tickets: £195 + VAT for non members
Advertised as ‘The UK’s biggest and most reputable estate agents’ conference’, NAEA Propertymark’s National Conference gathers industry leaders for a day of exhibitions, keynote talks and networking opportunities.
NAEA is the most prominent professional and regulatory body for estate agents in the UK and their annual conference attracts over 500 delegates.
Highlights from this year’s event include talks; ‘behind the headlines of the property market’ from Knight Frank and legislative and industry updates from the chief executive of NAEA.
IPF Inaugural Property Investment Conference
Where: Hilton London Tower Bridge
Who for: Estate agents
The theme of this year’s IPF Inaugural Property Investment Conference is ‘People, politics and purpose – changing themes in UK real estate’. From the impact of changing UK demographics to new innovations in the sector, this event is helpful for estate agents looking to get the bigger picture.
Property investment leaders such as Savills and ING Real Estate Finance are providing speakers, making it a great opportunity for those seeking property investment advice.
National Landlord Investment Show
Where: Olympia London, Kensington
Who for: Landlords & Letting agents
The National Landlord Investment Show invites participants to network with peers and meet industry suppliers to gain valuable advice and services. Ideal for those interested in the buy-to-let industry, this event is tailored to landlords and property investors seeking maximum return on investment.
At the show you can;
- Learn about your local property market
- Meet local suppliers and businesses
- Attend industry seminars
ARLA Propertymark Conference and Exhibition
Where: ExCel London
Who for: Anyone operating in the private rental sector
This year marks the 25th edition of the ARLA Propertymark conference.
The conference offers attendees the chance to stay updated on changing legislation in the private rental sector and take part in roundtable discussions. One focus this year will be on the changes to section 21 and headline speakers include retail expert Mary Portas and digital business leader Dido Harding.
We’ll be exhibiting in 2020 at stand D13 where we’ll be explaining how our inventory management services could fit into your business.
The Property Investor & Homebuyer Show 2020
When: April 2020 (TBC)
Where: ExCel London
Who for: Property investors, estate & letting agents, landlords and suppliers to the property industry
The Property Investor & Homebuyer Show 2020 brings together a wide range of stakeholders in the property sector to network and share ideas. For London letting agents, this event offers the chance to hear from property service suppliers that could develop and strengthen your own service package.
The ESTAS Estate & Letting Awards 2020
Where: Grosvenor House Hotel in Mayfair
Who for: Estate & letting agents, mortgage advisers and suppliers to the property industry
The annual ESTAS awards celebrate customer service by awarding the very best players in the lettings industry. The awards are based on real-life customer feedback, making them a trusted and prestigious achievement.
The final awards ceremony is a glamorous affair, and in 2020 is being hosted by property TV star Phil Spencer. You might even see us there!
What Type of Event Should I Attend?
Industry events are packaged differently depending on what’s on offer. Here’s a quick guide to the different event types;
A large event gathering members of a particular sector with a shared interest. They usually include talks, seminars and exhibits.
A show can feature talks and exhibits and usually has ‘celebrity’ headliners or speakers.
The focus of a property exhibition is the businesses attending who are looking to share their products or expertise to gain new business.
Usually smaller events centred around one specific theme or question.
Celebrating achievement in the industry.
Make 2020 Your Year of Success
It’s time to start planning your upcoming year and make 2020 a year of learning, growth and business success.
And we can help with our range of professional property services tailored to meet the needs of individual letting agents, landlords and property businesses.
From comprehensive inventory reports to property inspections and appraisals, our property services for letting agents are designed to streamline reporting and help you keep on top of current legislation.
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