Residential Property Seminar

29th April 2019

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Event dates: 
11 June, 2019 - 11:00 - 14:00

You are invited to join us for a free seminar which focuses on Residential Property. This seminar is being run in conjunction with Clarke Willmott LLP.

The seminar will be split into three talks.

The first talk, presented by Samantha Grimwood, Partner at Clarke Willmott LLP will focus on ‘How to Buy a Property’. Samantha will give an overview of the whole house buying process from a solicitor’s point of view and pick up on things which the buy to let buyer need not forget. Samantha will also discuss the A to Z of buying residential property and what to look out for when buying as an investor.

The second talk, delivered by Mike Dunkley, Director at Dunkley’s Chartered Accountants will focus on 'Tax associated with Property'. He will discuss property tax, purchase structures and delve into the incorporation reliefs available for those with property portfolios.

The final talk of the seminar will be given by Alex Jakubowski, Partner at Clarke Willmott LLP. Alex will tailor his talk to low level property investors and how property fraud could affect them. He will discuss off plan scams, split titles and fake sales and finish off by highlighting the signs to look out for.  

The seminar will conclude with a Q&A session, some light refreshments and an opportunity to network. 

10:45 – Registration
11:00 – How to Buy a Property – Samantha Grimwood, Partner at Clarke Willmott LLP
11:30 – Property Tax - Mike Dunkley, Director at Dunkley’s Chartered Accountants
12:00 – Property Fraud - Alex Jakubowski, Partner at Clarke Willmott LLP
12:30 – Q&A
1:00 – Lunch and networking 

Parking is free and available onsite however spaces are limited. 

This session is FREE to attend. Please book your place now by using the form below.

Event location

BizSpace Bristol
Equinox South
Great Park Road
Bradley Stoke
BS32 4QL
United Kingdom

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