Gwent Landlords Advised on Protecting Their Portfolio at Upcoming Forum

Gwent Landlord Forum

The South Wales Argus covered our May Gwent Landlord Forum.

Gwent landlords will be advised on protecting their portfolio at the next Gwent Landlord Forum, on Tuesday, May 29 at the Parkway Hotel, Cwmbran.

The free event, sponsored by Cwmbran-based Rubin Lewis O’Brien and Green & Co Accountants and Tax Advisors, aims to educate landlords from across Newport and Gwent.

The speakers for this event will be Joe Lane, from GPS Financial, and Damian Lines, TEP from Rubin Lewis O’Brien

Mr Lane, who is a specialist mortgage broker for Cardiff-based GPS, will provide an overview on the options open to landlords using limited companies as well as information on early repayment charges and requirements on HMO transactions.

Mr Lines, partner and head of wills, trusts and probate at the Cwmbran-based law firm, will be discussing the plans people need to put in place to protect themselves and their families when it comes to loss of mental capacity.

Managing partner at Rubin Lewis O’Brien, Sam George, said:

“This forum affords us another chance to educate landlords from across the area on issues that may affect their ability to run a business and a successful portfolio.

With an increase in those suffering from illnesses like dementia, it is becoming more and more important to put plans in place to avoid some of the more traumatic alternatives when the unexpected happens. Damian is an expert in this field and will give all attendees a whistle-stop tour of what options they have to deal with these possible scenarios.”

Ed Gooderham, director of Green & Co Accountants and Tax Advisors, said:

“Our forum is always well-attended with plenty of questions asked of our speakers. With two high-quality experts delivering informative talks that will resonate with our attendees, I see this forum being another huge success.”

The event will starts at 5.45pm and is due to finish by 8.30pm.

For more information, please contact Green & Co Accountants and Tax Advisors. Alternatively, landlords and those with an interest in the buy-to-let market, can follow @GwentLandlord on Twitter.

Please note: This article is a commentary on general principles and should not be interpreted as advice for your specific situation.

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