Paul Shamplina, the renowned buy-to-let expert, is joining forces with industry specialist Hamilton Fraser for a series of monthly podcasts with practical tips for landlords and letting agents on how to better manage the renting process.
Hamilton Fraser have over 20 years’ experience and are behind some of the private rented sector’s most well-known brands including the tenancy deposit protection scheme mydeposits, the Property Redress Scheme and Client Money Protect.
A property investment pandemic - where have all the good ones gone?
Eddie and Paul are joined by special guest, Jonathan Schuman, an established portfolio landlord with 400 properties under management. Jonathan provides his unique insights into growing a large-scale diverse portfolio of residential, commercial and retail properties. Looking to the future of property investment they also discuss the future of the sector post-COVID, encourage landlords to work with their tenants through mediation and explain why landlords should think like a business for long-term success.
Landlords Stronger Together
In a lockdown podcast special, Eddie and Paul are joined (virtually) by Ben Beadle, the chief executive of the new National Residential Landlords Association (NRLA) to discuss the merger between the National Landlords Association (NLA) and the Residential Landlords Association (RLA).
In these unprecedented times Eddie, Paul, and Ben discuss a number of challenges currently faced by landlords, the perception of landlords across the PRS and how we can best support landlords and tenants by working together.
The Evolution of Deposit Alternatives
In the first podcast of 2020, Eddie and Paul are joined by the Co-Founders of deposit replacement scheme, Ome, Matt Hooker and Nick Hamatsos, who discuss a new style of deposit scheme that aims to help bring greater choice to the market.
Eddie, Paul, Matt and Nick take a dive into the changing world of deposits and investigate how the changing desire for renting flexibility has impacted the market and what this could mean for landlords, agents and their tenants.
Brexit and beyond! Our yearly round up (2019)
In the final podcast of 2019, Eddie and Paul put the world to rights with a comprehensive round-up of what has happened within the private rented sector this year.
With a general election on the horizon before the end of the year, Eddie and Paul also discuss how each of the political parties could impact on the housing sector should they come into power, and what this could mean for landlords, letting agents and tenants as we look forward to 2020.
Chaos Theory! What’s next for the private rented sector?
In this episode, Eddie and Paul are joined by Head of Redress at the Property Redress Scheme, Sean Hooker.
With the political environment in a state of flux, Eddie, Paul and Sean attempt to decode the confusion surrounding legislation in the private rented sector (PRS), including delving into upcoming consultations that could impact landlords. They also consider what ‘right to buy’ would mean for the PRS, ideas surrounding rent controls and whether there could be a ‘Housing Act overhaul’ on the ho
The Landlord’s Friend
This month Eddie and Paul are joined by property market analysist, commentator and co-author of ‘The Landlord’s Friend’, Kate Faulkner.
After the success of the first edition of ‘The Landlord’s Friend’ book, Kate and Paul have released an updated edition for 2019, focused on how landlords can make the best out of the ever changing private rented sector. Eddie, Paul, and Kate discuss the launch of the new book as well as exploring the importance of being a business savvy landlord.