Letting Agency

My Big Phat Property Event – LandlordSOS

Today I am still bowled over by the phone calls, messages and emails I am receiving after holding LandlordSOS at Keele Hall, Staffs on Thursday 29th Sept.

This is just one of many emails I am still receiving:

“I just wanted to say a big thank you for organising a great night last
week at Keele. Your events are getting bigger and better each time,
who knows next year you’ll probably be booking and filling the
N.E.C!!  Everyone, including myself appreciates the huge effort, time
and money you spend on these fantastic events – Keep up the good work”

And I am chuffed by the big beautiful bouquet of flowers I have been sent!

It was a free property event and the theme was “How to Survive and Thrive as a landlord”

We had excellent speakers – Maureen Fraser; Housing Standards; Newcastle Under Lyme Council, Mary Latham; landlord of almost 40 years and NLA representative and Ian Gardner; Senior Manager Commercial LloydsTSB..and yours truly gave a short introduction on why it’s great to be a landlord!

Here I am giving my presentation:

Here I am at the start of the night with my good friends Ruth and Jo who were helping me on the door:

We also had 14 exhibitors at the event – or rather companies I like to call my “trade secrets” – great people who have enabled me to grow my business:

This was my first time at organising an event so big – which had it’s moments of stress – but was such great fun! What makes it all the more special is the number of people who found the event useful – that means more to me than anything. Being a landlord can be a lonely business, so it’s great to get out – network, learn and share!

Lots of people have been asking me when the next one is…however I am still recovering from this and enjoying the buzz of holding such a successful event so for now all I can say is “watch this space”!

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