UK Buy-To-Let Summit -- Emergency Meeting Called -- Buy-to-Let Property Experts Gather in London to Assess the Impact of the UK Property Market Downturn

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An emergency meeting has been called for UK buy-to-let property experts, entrepreneurs and investors. The conference takes place at an hotel near Heathrow London on the 15th & 16th March 2008. The UK Buy-to-Let Summit organised by eConfex Ltd consists of a 2-day weekend event which will look at solutions & opportunities for the new reality of buy-to-let investment in the light of the UK property market downturn & possible recession.

An emergency meeting has been called for UK buy-to-let property experts, entrepreneurs and investors. The conference takes place at an hotel near Heathrow London on the 15th & 16th March 2008. The UK Buy-to-Let Summit organised by eConfex Ltd consists of a 2-day weekend event which will look at solutions & opportunities for the new reality of buy-to-let investment in the light of the UK property market downturn & possible recession.

Experts, Mentors & TV Property Gurus Gather
Property experts presenting at the UK Buy-to-Let Summit include property guru Martin Roberts of BBC TV 'Homes Under The Hammer' fame. Respected journalist and TV property pundit, Martin will be discussing the pro's, cons and strategies for buy-to-let repossessions coming to auction.

Two upcoming TV 'faces' are Rob Moore & Mark Homer partners in Progressive Property Ltd have appeared on TV property as mentors & experts . They are also co-authors of 'The 44 Most Closely Guarded Property Secrets'. Their latest book is aptly titled 'Make Cash in a Property Market Crash'.

Property millionaire partners Steve Bolton & Nick Carlile of Platinum Property Partners will look at how multiple tenants can boost flagging investments. Their mentoring franchise is the fastest growing UK franchise.

Another Buy-to-Let Summit property millionaire, Glenn Armstrong will explain about how to create a property portfolio - using other people's money. Glenn bought his 100th house just recently & will be joined by his team of advisors. Barry Danser of Bridging For Profit, Mark Dean of The Mortgage Store and Caroline Hume partner in Neve Solicitors make up the panel of experts.

Jim Haliburton enjoys the nickname of HMO Daddy - with over 400 buy-to-let tenants it would be hard to contradict. Ex-university lecturer, Jim has become a mentor to other property investors and runs monthly workshops for beginners and experienced landlords which lets them see Jim's £28 m portfolio 'up close'.

Stylish property guru Ranjan Bhattacharya has created a new automated business model for buying property 'below market value' (BMV) which he will reveal to delegates.

The UK Buy-to-Let Summit is organised by eConfex Ltd who focus on entrepreneur events focussed on the internet & property aimed at helping delegates to create passive & multiple income streams.

Managing Director, Steve Foley comments 'We want to give delegates new ideas and options to create better returns on their investments. Whilst there is uncertainty in the property market there will be setbacks and opportunities in equal measure - UK Buy-to-Let Summit is a marvellous chance to share the weekend with property millionaires gleaning knowledge, strategies & hot tips - straight from the 'horses mouth' - in the winners enclosure of course!'

Details can be found at http://www.Buy2LetSummit.co.uk

BACKGROUND
Recent events organised by Greater Manchester based eConfex Ltd include The UK Internet Entrepreneur Conference London 2006, Entrepreneur Weekend Birmingham 2007, The B2L/HMO Summit London 2007 & The Entrepreneur Convention London 2007. eConfex Ltd was formed in 2006, the company focuses on internet and property events aimed at entrepreneurs, business start-ups and investors.

Steve Foley MD eConfex Ltd
For More Information
Phone: 0161 234 0033 / 07966 200895 / 01706 370717
http://www. Buy2LetSummit co.uk
http://www.econfex.com

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