Are you thinking of buying a bigger family home? Maybe you’re looking to rent a property? Whatever your position, you will face a number of challenges, especially if you have children or an expanding family to think of.
If you are looking for advice on how to handle these issues, help is at hand from Legal & General. The financial services giant will shortly be holding its third Google+ #MoneyHangout and wants to answer your questions on the subject of buying and renting property.
Anyone can pose a question by leaving a comment at the end of this blog post. If your question is selected and used during the #MoneyHangout it will be answered by an expert panel made up of;
- Nigel Wilson, Legal & General Group Chief Executive
- Miles Shipside Commercial Director of property search website Rightmove
- Roger Harding, Director of Policy and Campaigns at housing and homeless charity Shelter and
- Jo Eccles, Founder of Central-London property finder Sourcing Property and a columnist for the Metro newspaper.
The aim of the #MoneyHangout is simply to answer questions about buying and renting property so that you have the confidence and knowledge to make informed decisions. You may have questions about a landlord’s responsibilities to their tenant, you may want to know about the different sorts of mortgages available or you may have questions about stamp duty. Whatever you need to know, don’t be afraid to ask.
This is third in the series of Legal & General’s #MoneyHangouts. The first one focused on family finances and the second focused on retirement and pensions.
The #MoneyHangout will take place on Wednesday, 3 June at 8pm. Anyone can watch it and you can register your interest by following this link. Alternatively, a recording of the hangout will be placed on Legal & General’s Google+ page shortly afterwards.
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