Private landlords attending this year's National Landlords Association National Conference will be able to take part in interactive sessions on a whole host of topics that concern their everyday work.

Chairman of the association David Salusbury has told those who are planning to attend that they can expect to participate in practical forums led by lettings experts.

Details relating to how to take inventories, dealing with property tax and managing letting agents will be covered during the two-day gathering in Birmingham between November 20th and 21st.

A 'surgery' on property investment is also scheduled for landlords who purchase tickets for the event.

Mr Salusbury remarked: "All in all, if landlords are serious about the business of letting property, this conference should not be missed."

Ian Austin, who was installed as the MP responsible for the private rented sector during a cabinet reshuffle earlier this year, will be making a keynote speech, along with Association of Residential Letting Agents operations manager Ian Potter and others.

Written by John Weeks

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