Three regional events to help agents mitigate lost income when fees ban comes in

Three of the industry’s providers have teamed up to provide letting agents with help to mitigate the financial impact of the impending tenant fees ban.

BriefYourMarket, LegalforLandlords, and industry consultants and trainers Bryan Mansell and Sarah Edmundson of the Allstars Group will be presenting three sessions.

There will also be expert input from David Newnes, now back in the industry with a new franchise business consisting of 39 Your Move and Reeeds Rains branches. Until his departure in 2014, Newnes was executive director of LSL’s estate agency business.

BriefYourMarket chief commercial officer Richard Combellack, who will be hosting each event, said: “It has been estimated that up to 20% of a letting agent’s income will be wiped out following the introduction of the ban.

“The good news is that you can do something about it right now, but the clock is ticking.”

Dates and places are as follows:

April 26 – London

May 2 – Manchester

May 10 – Birmingham


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  1. DASH94

    If you’re just starting to do something about it right now – you’re probably about a year too late.

  2. smile please

    Anyone thinking of using BYM should do their research. Bryan Mansell and Sarah Edmundson seem to have a lot to talk about but in my opinion is very rarely on the mark.
    Might be worth it for David Newnes though. Seems to be a canny business owner. Maybe not relevant to a 1-3 branch ownership business but would be a must for a larger independent looking to grow and sustain their market share.

  3. 23VC

    I would attend just to listen to David Newnes.  As a former LSL employee I thought he was an excellent leader and I’m absolutely sure that he is a savvy businessman I always find his comments on the industry and markets to be interesting and thought provoking.


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