Private landlord interested in setting up tenancy agreements in Scotland and Northern Ireland can attend a special session at the forthcoming National Landlords Association (NLA) National Conference.

All issues to do with the letting market in these two parts of Great Britain can be discussed at the so-called breakout session at the event in Birmingham on November 21st.

Subjects definitely on the agenda include the different laws in these two countries and the current opportunities that exist there.

"If you already let in these countries or [are] thinking about taking the plunge, join our Scottish and Northern Irish landlords to discuss the market in these countries,"the NLA states on its website.

The experts who will offer landlord advice on such matters will be NLA Scotland chairman Jim Parker and chair of the National Association of Estate Agents' Northern Ireland branch Sonia Millar.

Attendees at the conference, which runs over two days from November 20th, will also be able to hear comments from industry representatives such as Association of Residential Letting Agents operations manager Ian Potter and NLA chairman David Salusbury.

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