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Property Investors Network Glasgow Scotland Launches

BAILIE PHILIP BRAAT TO LAUNCH FIRST GLASGOW-BASED PROPERTY INVESTORS NETWORK EVENT

Event launch: 24th Sep, 6-9PM, Glasgow Thistle Hotel

The Property Investors Network (pin) has today announced that Councillor Bailie Philip Braat, director of the West Scotland Loans Fund and Vice Chair for the Strathclyde Pension Fund, will be representing the City of Glasgow to officially launch the very first Glasgow pin meeting, a high profile networking event for property investors.

Founder of pin, Simon Zutshi, property investor and best-selling author, confirmed his confidence in the Scottish property market:
“We already have 50 networking events across England, Wales and Ireland but we are really excited to be breaking new ground in Scotland. The property market across Scotland has lots of promise for private investors and our event is likely to be hugely popular with so many people keen to support the development of new and refurbished properties.”

The meeting will be held at the Thistle Hotel Glasgow on Wednesday 24th September and is expected to attract landlords, investors and property entrepreneurs from right across the City and Greater Glasgow’s urban areas. The event takes place from 6-9pm and tickets can be bought via the website www.pinmeeting.co.uk/glasgow

Speakers will include Simon Zutshi, who will provide valuable insight in to Scottish property investment strategies together with advice and ideas on how the property market is likely to perform over the next year, post referendum.

The Chief Executive for the Scottish Association for Landlords (SAL) John Blackwood will highlight the important role that landlords and investors hold, including how vital it is to understand your rights and your legal obligations. John is well known for his work within the Scottish Parliament where he is actively engaged with various parliamentary committees. SAL is the largest national organisation representing Landlords and Letting Agents across Scotland.

Event host and property investor, Louis Stedman-Bryce, commented:
“I am absolutely delighted to be hosting the first of what will become a regular monthly event in Glasgow. pin is a great environment where people share ideas and experiences for the benefit of everyone who attends. We have some fantastic speakers lined up in the coming months to help motivate and inspire. It doesn’t matter if you are experienced or just starting out in property, I am confident you will get something out of the event.”

Anyone wishing to attend the pin event can register online at:
https://www.pinmeeting.co.uk/glasgow/ and by entering voucher code “LOUIS”, entry is free to non-members (entry normally costs £20 per person). Louis and his team look forward to welcoming those with an interest in property investing.