Norwich May 2018 Meeting
Find, Fund, Hold or Exit : You and Your Choices – Richard Bowser
Richard Bowser, the editor of the renowned monthly magazine ‘Property Investor News’ offers an overview as to how investors can maximise the opportunities presented by current market conditions and buyer/seller sentiment.
As a long term residential landlord and private investor, Richard’s overview of the UK property investment market and his property investing experience gained over 23 years contains genuine substance and he offers some invaluable analysis for both new and experienced investors.
If you really want to enhance your understanding of the property marketplace and where the real opportunities will exist in the next few years, then make sure you don’t miss this talk.
ALSO… More than a Home for the Homeless – Fiona Joyce
St Martins Housing Trust offer immediate and temporary accommodation to single adults who have become homeless. Their training and education arm; St Martins Under 1 Roof, offers the opportunity for the development of new skills and includes our Trusted Tenants Programme.
At this month's pin meeting, Fiona intends to inform you of what this training involves and what options there are for you, as a property investor and home owner, to be involved.
St Martins Under 1 Roof is the education and training centre for St Martins, accredited to the National Open College Network (NOCN). We support vulnerable adults who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, by offering opportunities to develop the skills that will help them to live independently within the community and move closer to the job market. We also offer informal learning to help build the capacity of individuals, their confidence and self esteem, to provide firm foundations from which to progress and the motivation to do so. We recognise that someone who has been through the criminal justice system is vulnerable to becoming homeless.
The programme offers a range of skills from self assessment of their own readiness to take on a tenancy, to rights and responsibilities (both theirs and their landlords), budgeting, maintenance, self care, and trouble shooting problems that may arise. This is supported through a mix of group training and 1:1 coaching sessions to enable the individual to make lasting change to the way they manage their tenancy, their finances and their relationship with their landlord.