Hills Property Advice Night kicks off 2023

Buyers   |   General   |   Landlords   |   Sellers   |   January 9, 2023   |   Martin


Happy New Year from the team at Hills! We’re delighted to kick off 2023 with one of our renowned Property Advice Nights on Thursday 19th January between 3.30pm – 7.30pm.

Join us at La Turka, Monton Road, Monton, for a drink and informative talks, discussions and advice from the property experts at Hills and our invited speakers. You will also get exclusive access to up to 30 properties we are launching to the market on the night. 

This is a great opportunity for anyone who is interested in the property market at the moment and particularly relevant for existing and new landlords, home-owners who are thinking about selling their property, buyers looking to purchase property and property investors. 

  • What will 2023 have in store for the property market in Salford and Greater Manchester? 
  • Will it be a good year to sell and buy property? 
  • Are house prices expected to rise, stabilise or fall in 2023?
  • Is it a good time to invest in a Buy-to-Let property?
  • How can I make the best returns as a landlord? 
  • How can I save energy in my own home or in my rented property?

Hills Property Advice Night 19th January 2023 in Monton, Greater Manchester
We’ll cover all these topics and much more including legal advice around letting, selling and buying property in the UK.

Financial advice
Mortgage advice is a hot topic at the moment with changes in interest rates. Hear from our Independent Financial Advisors and get first hand information that can help you secure the best mortgage deals available if you are buying property.

Landlord focus session
There will be a focus session for landlords where we will cover a range of topics we know are of interest and importance to anyone currently letting property in Salford and the Greater Manchester area, or considering investing in properties to let. This includes:

  • Tax changes and advice on rental homes
  • Becoming a landlord
  • Legal updates & advice
  • Improving energy performance efficiency in rental homes
  • Property Management and maintenance advice from our team of contractors
  • Rent reviews & current market conditions
  • Dealing with mould issues 
  • Dealing with evictions
  • Investment advice

Exclusive Property Launch
The Advice Nights is also a great opportunity to get exclusive priority to see new properties about to come on the market. We will be launching up to 30 new properties to the market at the event on 19th January and attendees will get priority access to these new listings.

The Hills Property Advice Nights have been running successfully over the last couple of years and are very popular throughout the year. Our Advice Night last January attracted over 100 people and we had some tremendous success with 80% of homes under offer within 2 weeks of launching at the event.

If you are unable to attend in person, the event will be livestreamed on Instagram – please contact our Salford office for more information or follow us on Instagram: hills_ea (Hills Estate Agent). If you’re watching via Instagram Live, you can post your questions during our talks and express interest in the properties we are launching on the night.

The Hills Property Advice Night is free to attend, no tickets required, first drink is free.

We look forward to seeing you there.

When: Thursday 19th January, 3.30pm – 7.30pm
Where: La Turka, Monton Road, Monton, M30 9GA


Hills Property Advice Night helping sellers, buyers and landlords in Salford and Greater Manchester





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