NRLA Webinar | Rent Arrears

19/01/2021 | 13:00-14:00

Since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, landlords and tenants across the country have been faced with uncertainty when it comes to paying and receiving their rent. The impact of the pandemic has caused many issues effecting changes to their employment situation or personal problems to new and delayed housing benefit claims. Once a tenant falls into arrears it can immediately impact your business. You could have mortgage payments to make, insurance premiums to pay and maintenance costs to cover all of which are heavily reliant on the income from rent. Presented by experienced PRS Trainer, Alex Nolan. This webinar aims to discuss and highlight the issues facing landlords and to provide useful and practical advice. It will help you to identify the signs that your tenant may not be able to pay their rent and provide you with advice on settling arrears disputes outside court. We will also discuss the legal proceedings and options available for enforcement during the current crisis.

Please submit questions in advance to events@nrla.org.uk by Thursday 18th February.

By registering for this webinar, you ensure that you will be sent a recording even if you are unable to attend live.

Landlord Lens | NRLA and Property Tribes webinar

26/01/2021 | 14:00-15:00

Join NRLA CEO Ben Beadle and Property Tribes founder Vanessa Warwick for the first monthly 'Landlord Lens' of 2021 as they discuss trending topics and the impact on private landlords.

Ben and Vanessa will be taking questions. Please send your questions to events@nrla.org.uk by 9am Friday 22nd January 2021.

By registering for this webinar, you ensure that you will be sent a recording even if you are unable to attend live.

NRLA Webinar | Limited Company structures for your buy-to-lets – What is the best practice?

03/02/2021 | 13:00-14:00

Joseph Carbonaro of GetGround, A respected company specialising in creating, structuring and managing Ltd companies, presents a detailed look into the creation of Limited Company structures. He will dive into some of the mechanisms that are most desired when creating limited companies, looking at how we can ensure best practice when doing so including:

- How to ensure personal/portfolio limits liabilities
- What is tax efficiency and how do we become tax efficient?
- The huge value in additional company legal documentation (Owners Loans, Separating economics from control etc)
- How to have maximum flexibility for decision making and future proofing. 

Please submit your advance questions to events@nrla.org.uk by 27/01/2021. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions during the webinar. 

By registering for this webinar, you ensure that you will be sent a link to the recording even if you are unable to attend live.

NRLA Webinar | Q&A with NRLA Legal Counsel David Smith

11/02/2021 | 13:00-14:00

Join NRLA legal counsel, David Smith for a webinar with a difference. The purpose of the Q&A is to provide specific, high level advice for landlords who are experiencing difficulties in any aspect of letting. Your questions will be taken in advance of the Q&A to allow for preparation time. David will then present the question and provide the appropriate advice, troubleshooting and best practice.

If you would like to submit a question, please send to events@nrla.org.uk no less than one week in advance.

NRLA Webinar | Electrical Safety Standards in the Private Rented Sector

17/02/2021 | 13:00-14:00

With the deadline for all existing specified tenancies needing the comply with the Electrical Safety Standards in the Private Rented Sector 2020 England Regulations fast approaching (1st April 2021), Frank Bertie, Chief Technical Officer at NAPIT will be providing an overview of the Regulations and giving guidance on common landlord queries including- issues with access, frequency of Electrical Installation Condition Reports (EICR) and concerns about correct coding. Frank will follow his presentation with a Q&A Session.

Please submit your advance questions to events@nrla.org.uk by 11/02/2021. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions during the webinar. Frank will get through as many as he can!

By registering for this webinar, you ensure that you will be sent a recording even if you are unable to attend live.

NRLA Webinar | High Court Enforcement during the Coronavirus Pandemic

24/02/2021 | 13:00-14:00

An update on the impact of coronavirus restrictions on enforcement activity, from Andrew Wilson, chairman of the High Court Enforcement Officers Association Ltd.

The possession process for residential landlords has been severely disrupted by Government-imposed restrictions. The enforcement of warrants has been all but impossible across many parts of England and Wales, whether due to national lockdowns, restrictions in certain tiers, or the Christmas ‘truce’.

Andrew Wilson, chairman of the High Court Enforcement Officers Association will give an overview of restrictions, an update HCEOs ability to operate effectively, waiting times and case studies showing the impact on clients.

Please send your questions to events@nrla.org.uk by 9am Wednesday 17th February 2021. By registering for this webinar, you ensure that you will be sent a recording even if you are unable to attend live.