Mullucks Wells hosts successful property seminar

Joan Bull speaking at the seminar

Almost 100 people packed into the main hall at Great Hallingbury Manor Hotel last week (Thursday November 15) to attend a Mullucks Wells seminar for both seasoned and new property investors.

The event was open to everyone on the property ‘buy to let’ spectrum and offered an opportunity to get free advice in buying and letting property from a number of experts all in one place. Guest speakers included staff from Mullucks Wells, financial property advisers Enable and solicitors at Nockolds.

Hosting the event, Mullucks Wells Chairman Tim Trembath said: “We were delighted with the turn out. The Hallingbury Manor Hotel is an excellent venue, and our experts provided a comprehensive and detailed briefing on the subject. There was something in it for everyone – whether beginners, or people who have a number of properties already.”

Joan Bull, Mullucks Wells’ Residential Lettings Manager at the company’s Bishops Stortford branch, gave advice on buy-to-let and provided answers to a host of questions at the end of the evening.

She said: “People seemed particularly keen to find out about the practical matter of day to day management and liabilities – especially in relation to deposits and inventories.”

Mr Trembath added: “The seminar was such a success that it is something that we will definitely do again. In fact, we’d now like to hear from people who would be interested in attending the event next time around.

“Mullucks Wells has been involved in the rental market for more than 20 years and our experience shows that in the medium and long term, buying property still gives the best return on your money.”

Mullucks Wells Estate Agents have been helping people buy and sell properties on the Essex/Hertfordshire border since 1990. The company has three offices in the area – in Bishop’s Stortford, Great Dunmow and Saffron Walden, plus a London office in the heart of Mayfair. For more details, go to www.mullucks.co.uk

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