Ed Talks - Podcast with Paul Conway about HMOs

Posted on 9 Dec

Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMO) used to be a dirty word in Ed's day, but are they now a passport to better yields.

Do you worry about keeping up with lettings legislation in general and should you be actively thinking of turning your existing rental into one for a better return?

Do you even know if that rental you own/manage even IS an HMO and requires licensing?!

With over 300 authorities in the UK to understand and stay compliant with, how do you keep up to date?

Ed's guest this month has been working with some of London's top names for three years to manage compliance in this area. Let someone else keep up with constantly changing legislation and avoid headline grabbing and eye watering fines!

Hear how Paul Conway, owner and co-founder of HMO Services London, has been taming this fast growing area, is trying to rebrand HMOs as ''Co-Living" and how he can connect you with experts nationally who'll give simple on demand advice.

A great discussion - see what you think...

 

 

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Posted on 21 Feb.

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