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Landlords focus on financial issues

Financial issues facing landlords in the current climate is the focus of West Oxfordshire District Council's next Landlords' Forum.

Property Investor, Mr Toby Hone, will be offering expert advice and support for anyone who is a landlord or letting agent. Mr Toby Hone is a full-time property investor, developer and author of 'How to Beat the Credit Crunch' published by Taxcafe, as endorsed by The Times newspaper.

Also giving a presentation will be Energy Advisor, Beryl Bradford, from the United Sustainable Energy Agency. She will be talking about fuel poverty, energy performance certificates and financial incentives for landlords and letting agents.

The Forum is on 23rd February 2009 at 2pm, in Committee Room 1, Council Offices, Woodgreen, Witney, OX28 1NB. There is no charge to attend the session, simply register by calling 01993 861379 or go online at www.westoxon.gov.uk.

Landlords' Forums are normally held twice a year with the aim of providing up-to-date information to landlords and letting agents on various subjects, normally in the form of presentations. They are also an opportunity for landlords and agents to raise any specific issues and give feedback on the Council's services.

Posted : 16/02/2009 13:32:41

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