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Nottingham Pin Meeting

Rob at Fairview Estates attended the Nottingham Pin Meeting on the 17th January 2012 and we have put together a brief review of the event for anyone who may be interested in future evenings.

Located in the wonderful venue of The Belfry Hotel the event was Pin’s first meeting of 2012 and the turnout was excellent with a mixture of diverse backgrounds who all share an interest in property.

Talks of the evening consisted of:

Garry Smith from Century 2000 produced an encouraging presentation covering the current state of the mortgage market. According to Garry mortgage approvals are at their highest since 2009 and lending is generally increasing. More information can be found on Century’s websitehere.

Spike and Linda did an entertaining presentation relating to their own personal property portfolio where they gave a very good insight into the experiences they have come across over the years. The information they shared was not only useful but also inspiring as the couple both share drive and determination to succeed. For further information on Nottingham Pin Meeting visithere.

Shad Ali also conducted a useful presentation relating to Article 4 where Nottingham City Council are making changes to planning rules for HMO’s which will be effective from 11th March 2012 for Nottingham and 12th February 2012 for Loughborough. It was useful to hear Shad’s handy hints and tips as this area does seem to be a minefield. More information on this subject can be foundhere.

Jo Simpson conducted a highly energized presentation where she speaks about being able to achieve your goals and expectations for 2012. With her friendly and professional approach Jo was able to make you think about things some of us had probably hadn’t really thought thoroughly through. More on Jo’s work can be foundhere.

In summary the meeting is always very interesting and provides an excellent opportunity to speak to like minded people.

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