Are we just paying lip service to positive change in the property industry?
The impact of covid-19 has been felt across the world, but the full extent to which this has actually moved the dial on bringing much-needed change to the property transaction has yet to be seen.
This debate will be at the heart of tmgroup and mio’s Autumn tm:tv series, as a diverse panel of industry experts – including representatives from Foot Anstey, Bold Legal Group, Lloyds Banking and more – come together to discuss the current state of the property market and if anything has truly changed for the better.
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Taking place online (via Zoom) across September, October and November, the forthcoming tm:tv sessions will cover key topics including digitisation and challenges around supply and demand.
You can see the full line-up of sessions and register below:
tm:tv Panel Debate: What has the last year taught us?
A reunion of tm:tv’s charismatic property panel, as they look back on 2021 and reflect on how it compares to the predictions made back in January, as well as look ahead to what the rest of the year may bring.
Hosted by Jon Horton – Product Director, mio – the expert panel includes:
Perry Power, Power Bespoke
Joe Arnold, Arnold and Baldwin
Greg Cunnington, Alexander Hall
Yanthe Richardson, Foot Anstey
tm:tv Panel Debate: Is the pace of digitisation quick enough?
The panel of property data experts will be returning to tm:tv an in-depth look at the impact of digitisation within the industry, the challenges we face ahead, and if changes are really being made quickly enough.
Host Paul Albone - COO at tmgroup - the expert panel includes:
Lee Richards, Conveyancing Data Services
Eddie Davies, Land Registry
Sarah Sargent, Lupton Fawcett
Rob Hailstone, Bold Legal Group
tm:tv Panel Debate: How can we balance supply and demand?
An in-depth discussion around the challenges of supply and demand in the property market. The expert panel will be reflecting on 2021 and looking ahead at how that dynamic will develop in 2022 and beyond.
Hosted by Joe Pepper, CEO of tmgroup, who will be joined by: