Landlord Leaders Community: Driving Positive Change in the Private Rented Sector

By : Jon Hall | 22 Feb 2024 | 3 mins read

Last week, OSB Group distributed a press release driven by research and sharing information about how landlords are taking action to invest for the long term.

The findings are an update on the Landlord Leaders research conducted in 2023, one year on, and you can read the original report which polled more than 1,000 landlords and 200 brokers, by visiting the research section of the Landlord Leaders Community website.

Forming a discussion around the new research, on Thursday 22 February we brought together the Landlord Leaders Community’s founding members and some new recruits at a face-to-face event at London’s Vintry & Mercer hotel.

At the event, named Driving Positive Change in the Private Rented Sector, members of the Community reviewed the key challenges facing landlords with a view to building an action plan for the Landlord Leaders Community in 2024.

Here’s a short video clip to summarise the morning’s conversation.

The Landlord Leaders Community has welcomed 35 members to the since it was convened in January last year, and OSB Group’s marketing efforts were recognised through being shortlisted in the FS Forum’s Marketing Effectiveness Awards in 2023.


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