25 Apr 2018
Learn how you can make your property business more efficient, organized and productive at our first Landlord and Property Investor Network Event.
Whether you’re a novice or experienced professional in the property field, you can always learn something new in our series of property events. Find out how to manage your properties more efficiently with the latest technology and with advice from our property experts.
Join us to learn:
The latest technology transforming the property sector
Technology is not only becoming the forefront of how we make our everyday lives better, but also how we can make our businesses excel. Therefore, we will be joined by Arthur Online, a revolutionary property management platform empowering property managers to connect with tenants, contractors, letting agents and property owners.
The Arthur-Xero integration is a ‘best of breed’ approach to ensure powerful and comprehensive accounting combined with exceptional property management allowing you to produce powerful financial reports and forecasting.
We will be demonstrating the main features of Arthur as well as how it integrates with Xero.
Keep up-to-date with changes in the market and legislation.
We will update you on:
- Increase in HMRC activity regarding landlords not declaring property gains
- Landlord disclosure facility
- Loan interest update
- Property incorporations. Pros and Cons
You should attend this event if you want to be kept up-to-date with what’s going on in the property sector, gain access to a positive and supportive environment and begin to build up your personal contacts in the property world.
7pm Event start, opening speeches, demonstrations, market updates
8pm Networking and refreshments
Location: 1 Primrose St, London EC2A 2EX (nearest station Liverpool Street)
Patrick Caulfield – Financial Controller at Arthur Online, Patrick will be joining as a speaker to provide an understanding of where technology is going in the property sector and how Arthur is helping to transform the market.
Neill Staff – Partner and tax expert at Raffingers, Neill has a wealth of experience dealing in matters of tax in particularly with property and R&D. He will discuss the latest changes in legislation concerning property and give advice for best practice.