Property Hub Podcast - 2019 roundtable predictions

Posted on 7 Feb, 2019

 

Recently Ed (Viewber founder) was invited by Rob Bence and Rob Dix from Property Hub to join in on a very interesting roundtable discussion, including predictions for 2019.

They where also joined by fellow property experts, such as:

Richard Blanco – he’s the London representative for the National landlords Association

Lawrence Bowles – an Analyst in the Savills Residential Research team. The information produced by his team is fascinating

Richard Beridge – a Build-to-Rent sector specialist and his firm focuses on institutional residential investments

Jeremy Leaf – an estate agent and also the former chair of RICS. He’s been an industry spokesman for over 20 years

You can listen to the discussion here. Thank you Property Hub - It's a great discussion!

 

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