Ed Talks Podcast - Ep. 10 with Tom Tennant

Posted on 4 Jul, 2019

“What we like to do is get out there and meet landlords face-to-face. Property is a people’s business.” – Tom Tennant, Chief Executive of successful family-run, Somerset Estates Residential Buy to Let REIT.

In this podcast episode, Ed invites Tom back into the recording studio to follow up on some important topics that they touched on in their previous episode. 

Tom is someone who has been at the forefront of what’s happening with changes in buy-to-let legislation and trying to adapt to them.

Ed really makes use of Tom’s expertise and advice as they delve deeper into Real Estate Investment Trusts.

Interesting fact: Tom’s business, Somerset Estates Residential Buy to Let REIT was the last listed REIT – another good reason for you to tune in for Tom’s first-hand experience.

Landlords and property investors, you won’t want to miss this conversation – even Ed was caught by surprise from some of the things he found out… “I’ve had an unusual insight into what the difficulties have been for you. I think it’s extraordinary that no one else has done it.” – Ed Mead.

 

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