David Smith explains the key features of the day
‘Rent to rent’ is often sold as a fantastic model for would-be landlords who are not in a position to buy their own property:
‘Why waste money buying your own property‘ the ‘rent to rent’ property Guru’s tell you, “when you can earn good money as a landlord using someone else’s property?
Rent to rent is also often a dream sold to property owners:
‘Why spend all that time managing your property when we can deal with all the hassle for you and pay you a regular rent’ you may be told. ‘All you have to do is lie back and enjoy the money!’
In some cases ‘rent to rent’ arrangements can work well. Sometimes.
But beware – if it sounds too good to be true – it probably is! There are many, many horror stories of people who have been caught out and lost thousands of pounds by following the ‘rent to rent’ dream.
One of the most important elements of a successful ‘rent to rent’ arrangement is having a properly drafted tenancy agreement.
As part of this course, David Smith has drafted up a special ‘rent to rent’ agreement which will be available for you to buy. Either as part of the event fee (which is the cheaper option) or, if you have purchased the ‘event only’ option, you can buy it later via the delegates page.
The agreement is:
The agreement will be made available (to purchasers) on 4th November.
David is a solicitor and partner at JMW Solicitors. He is well known as an expert on landlord & tenant law and is well versed with rent to rent problems, having helped many distraught landlords.
Neli is a solicitor at JMW Solicitors and works closely with David helping landlords with landlord & tenant law and 'rent to rent' issues.
Tessa is a solicitor and the owner of the Landlord Law service. She is a specialist landlord & tenant lawyer and will be your host for the day.
You will watch the ‘Rent to Rent Day’ live talks via our special software (provided by a company called Hey Summit). You will be imported into this special site shortly before 4 November.
There is also a separate password-protected Rent to Rent Day information page where you will find:
You will be able to access the Rent to Rent Information Page for three months – until 3 February 2021. Giving you plenty of time to watch and re-watch the training videos.
Both the event website and the Rent to Rent day page (which will be hosted on Landlord Law) are mobile responsive.
So you will be able to access them on your smartphone as well as your desktop, laptop and tablet devices.
However, note that the documents and presentations will not display properly on a smartphone so you will need to use ideally a laptop or desktop computer to use them.
Note – all links will open in a new tab or window.
There are two purchase options for you:
This includes all the event only benefits plus
The Rent to Rent agreement will be made available on 4 November 2020.
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