NRLA training: New courses launched
The NRLA Training Academy has added two new courses to its offering this new year, shining a spotlight on renovations and property auctions.
The two courses have been devised by Henry Davis MBA, a property trader of over 30 years, and offer practical advice on both buying properties and getting them ready for tenants, covering everything from honing your valuations skills to where to source your electrical appliances.
Henry said: "I hope these new courses will make a tangible difference to anybody investing or developing, to help them understand the realities of the property business."
Property Refurbishment: eClassroom
Property refurbishments can be problematic, with issues with builders, project management and overspends all commonplace.
The Property Refurbishment course includes tips on how to reduce project risks, add value, improve design, increase insulation, and accomplish a professional relationship between you and your builder.
It will include a deep dive into the common reasons why many projects fail, how to source property not available on the open market and carry out accurate valuations.
The course also looks at post refurbishment: interior design, furnishings and fit-outs.
They are priced at £158 for members and £197 for non-members. For more information and to book click here.
Property Auctions: eLearning
The new Property Auction course takes a deep dive into the world of property auctions arming you with the tools you need when it comes to buying right.
Course author and property developer Henry Davis will be sharing insider secrets and explore the potential pitfalls when it comes to buying property at auction, as well as upskilling delegates to improve their due diligence and valuation skills.
It includes a step-by-step guide on how professional property traders and experts prepare before buying at auction, what type of properties to avoid and common pitfalls.
Post auction, it looks at the role of a Quantity Surveyor and show how the major house builders accurately estimate building works.
As well as access to the course itself the price includes a bonus video presentation, Auction tricks of the trade, by Henry and specialist auction conveyancing solicitor, Keira Rawden and a downloadable guide on what to look out for in the legal pack. This also includes a list of common pitfalls, and a list of the types of property which are not mortgageable.
The course costs £37.92 for NRLA members and £47.40 for non-members. To book click here.
To mark the start of the new year the NRLA is offering 21% off selected courses and programmes.
Check out our training pages here for more details.