National Landlords Association seeking regional reps

Written by Estate Agent Networking UK on - Breaking News -

The National Landlords Association (NLA) is seeking property professionals to be its local representatives across the country.

Local representatives are the faces of the NLA in their communities and are greatly valued by those they work with, including staff at the NLA head office, local businesses, and landlords.

In this role, local representatives will run branch meetings to provide their colleagues in the private rented sector (PRS) with updates on the many changes in the industry, both locally and nationally, and advice on best practice. They will also be expected to engage with local media and provide a voice for landlords in their respective areas.

In addition to the local representatives, there are a select number of senior local representative roles available. Those selected for these positions will be expected to encourage collaboration and cohesion between the local representatives in their region.

These roles will involve 45-50 hours’ work a month, which can be arranged around other work or family commitments.

Richard Lambert, CEO of the NLA says:

“Our local representatives play a key part in ensuring the continued professionalisation of the PRS by keeping landlords updated on new legislation and best practice. They provide a conduit between us and those around the country working at the coalface.

“The NLA is currently working to grow its Knowledge Network, so we’re looking for the best in the business when it comes to engaging with their peers and sharing their knowledge and experience.”

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