"The North's Largest Property Meeting" ...

Welcome to the Northern Property Network

Next event - Tuesday 6th January 2009

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Update: The new venue for 2009 is The George Hotel in Huddersfield!

Come and network with property investors and professionals from the North of England and all round the UK.

Tired of attending meeting that are more boring than doing your annual accounts? Do you want something a little different where you can learn, have fun and actually meet people who are successful investors? Wondering why all the big meets are down south? Are you ready to go the extra mile to grow your business and meet great people?

Let us bring the smartest people in the property business to YOU!

Be inspired and learn from some of the best in the industry, who will show you how to be successful too. Meet a new network of local entrepreneurs and property investors to share tips and problem solving techniques. Get advice on investments and discuss mentoring and business models. Attend and be have a fun and stimulating evening!

This is your opportunity to meet other property professionals in the North. You'll learn about BMV (below market value), NMD (no money down), HMO's (Houses of Multiple Occupancy), along with other investment strategies and important property related topics. The aim is to make property investing simple and accessible to people that want to step out of the mainstream and follow this route. Come and immerse yourself in an environment where you can meet new peers with similar goals, who will help you move to the next level in your business.

We have professional guest speakers who are already very successful in their property field and more than happy to share their experiences and strategies with us all.

Jim Haliburton - HMO landlord and property investor.
Jim is the HMO Daddy with over 75 HMO's / Multi-Lets and over 500 tenants. Ex-university lecturer, Jim has become a mentor to other property investors and runs monthly workshops for beginners and experienced landlords

Fresh from the BTL HMO Summit, Jim will be discussing new strategies for investing in this current market and into 2009!

Coming to visit you from the West Midlands to share his specialist HMO knowledge.

During the event you will have the opportunity to meet the speakers and network with all the other guests that have travelled from around the UK to attend, as everyone is welcome at our events.

Lets make this a great event and give all the speakers and guests a warm Northern welcome!

Thank you for your support and we look forward to meeting you on the day,

Bobby Gill -
Bobby is from Huddersfield and a Property Investor, HMO landlord, Entrepreneur and problem solver through his friends and network of great people.
Steve Foley -
Steve is from Rochdale and has organised events such as The UK Buy-to-Let/HMO Summit, The UK Entrepreneur Convention and Conferences in the UK and abroad for upto 100,000 people.

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This event will be held in our Fantastic new venue - The George Hotel, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire

The venue is easily accessible from the M1 and close to the major cities of Manchester, Sheffield, Leeds and Bradford.
The George Hotel in Huddersfield is located 10 minutes drive from the M62 motorway and next door to Huddersfield Railway Station, easy access by car AND train.

The Grade II listed George Hotel in Huddersfield is located right in the town centre. The Victorian building offers space, craftsmanship and elegance. The hotel has been sympathetically modernised to preserve its Victorian charm.
In 1895 the Rugby League was formed at a meeting in the hotel and it's well worth while having a look at the Rugby League Museum commemorating its history.

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