Join the conversation: Is the Bank of Mum and Dad REALLY crippling the economy?

Liverpool, Leeds and Nottingham will be the first cities to host a brand new series of breakfast meetings this May; bringing property professionals together from across the industry to discuss everything from the true impact of the bank of Mum and Dad, to the ongoing challenges posed by increasing house prices. 

Facilitated by tmgroup, these property hub breakfast meetings will each take place from 7.30am to 9.30am; getting the working day off to a fresh and insightful start discussing local challenges from different points of view.

Set to expand across the country in 2018, this new series of property hubs is kicking off with the following dates and locations: 

• 15th May : Liverpool

• 16th May : Leeds

• 17th May : Nottingham

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Adapting to local challenges and opportunities is key to your firm’s success

Why attend a property hub breakfast meeting? Knowing what is happening on your doorstep is key to adapting to the challenges facing the property industry – and making sure your firm not only survives, but thrives.

By bringing local experts together for regular breakfast meetings, property hubs make it easy for you to not only stay up to date, but also grow your network in your local area – so you are first to take advantage of opportunities as they arise. 

Want to join the conversation?

If you would like to get involved in our property hubs and regularly share your voice with your local property community, please get in touch

Please note, places are limited and are allocated with care to ensure that every conversation is balanced by representatives from across the industry.

15th May : Liverpool

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16th May : Leeds

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17th May : Nottingham

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