16 September 2014

LANDLORDS looking to expand their property portfolio are to be given the inside track on the opportunities available from Yorkshire’s biggest residential letting specialists.

Linley & Simpson is staging a special advice session in Leeds aft

“The inaugural event is designed to appeal to both new and existing landlords, giving them the opportunity to tap into our experience in an informal way,” said Nick Barrow, an Associate Director of the company and manager of its Roundhay office - one of three it has in Leeds alongside the city centre and Horsforth.

“As well as demystifying the process for new buy-to-let investors, the team will be on hand to give an expert insight into the current and future health of the market, highlight which properties are in high demand and where, and outline the potential returns that are available.

“It is being held in response to renewed interest in the buy-to-let market, which has been buoyed by the continuing popularity of renting wedded to a growing shortage of available properties.”

He added: “It is the first time we have staged such an event and, given the interest it has sparked, we are already looking to extend the initiative into other areas where we operate, such as Harrogate, York, Wetherby, Ripon, Ilkley and Wakefield.”

Linley & Simpson staff will be joined for the drop-in event by a mortgage advisor specialising in the buy-to-let market, who will be on hand to answer questions on borrowing requirements.

The inaugural event takes place at Weetwood Hall, Leeds, on Wednesday February 6 between 6pm and 9pm. Entry is free.

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