Welcome to the Podcast section of the Landlord Law Blog. The podcasts are published recordings of our live webinar events:
Coming Soon – Sign up Below:
>> Interview with Leah Mayes of Insurers Alan Boswell Group
Tuesday 2 May at 12.30
We will be discussing the various pitfalls that landlords face when choosing and using their insurance.
>> Interview with David Cox of ARLA / Propertymark
Monday 8 May at 12.30 (signup page not yet live)
David and I will be discussing letting agent fees, in particular, the forthcoming ban on fees to tenants.
The Landlord Law Podcasts are mostly audio shows which you can listen to, not only on your computer / laptop but also on your tablet and smart phone.
At the moment we have interviews of industry experts and specialists and ‘surgeries’ where Tessa and her guests answer questions from listeners.
You can listen to podcasts anywhere –
- In your car
- Walking the dog
- In the gym, and
- While working on your properties
If you are unfamiliar here is some guidance:
To listen to the podcasts
Just click the player and the podcast should start playing. You can also download the episodes if you want to listen to them on your ipod or other device.
ITunes on the web on your computer:
The Landlord Law Podcasts can be found on iTunes >> here. You can sign up to subscribe to the Landlord Law podcasts which means that they will be delivered to your iTunes app where you can listen to them. Once your have subscribed, the podcasts will be available automatically in your iTunes library – go to the podcast section and you will find them there.
If you like the Landlord Law Podcasts it would be great if you could rate us and leave a review! You need to do this via the iTunes app – you should find a link where you can leave a review. Note that you cannot leave a review on the webpage, only on iTunes.
On your smart phone & tablet
Some people tell me that they cannot listen to podcasts as their computers at work do not have a sound card. However, this is not a problem if you have a smart phone such as an iphone. Or a tablet which is connected to the internet.
Happy listening …