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The Happy Tenant Company acquires well known landlord and letting business

The Happy Tenant Company (HTC), a residential asset management company, is pleased to announce the acquisition of The Landlord and Letting Show, The Landlord and Letting Awards and The Landlord and Buy to Let magazine, alongside plans to host their first landlord conference later this year.

Warren Lewis
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31st May 2017
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"This acquisition is part of our wider business plan to expand our communication with landlords whilst at the same time, connect them with property professionals and suppliers"

The Happy Tenant Company (HTC), a residential asset management company, is pleased to announce the acquisition of The Landlord and Letting Show, The Landlord and Letting Awards and The Landlord and Buy to Let magazine, alongside plans to host their first landlord conference later this year.

Recognised in the industry, the Landlord and Letting show and annual awards (introduced in 2009) have grown in popularity throughout the private rented sector, whilst the magazine has been a leading publication for both landlords and letting agents.

Adam Joseph, CEO of The Happy Tenant Company, says: “With all of the changes currently happening in the market, I’m not convinced that the majority of landlords understand how it works and how it will affect them, particularly the removal of mortgage interest tax relief. Our landlord conference will target this very problem with industry experts providing essential up-to-date information and advice through various seminars, workshops and panel discussions.

This acquisition is part of our wider business plan to expand our communication with landlords whilst at the same time, connect them with property professionals and suppliers. Our aim now is to establish partnerships with other like companies, who we are already in discussions with, to ensure the conference progresses, attracting new delegates. The HTC landlord conference will take on a whole new style and format with our own personal stamp on it.”

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