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23 March 2017
My Home Move’s Annual Housing Conference returns with ‘Intelligent Housing’ - exploring the ‘Smart’ approach to the property market
My Home Move’s annual housing conference returns on Thursday 11th May 2017, to the Belfry Hotel and Golf Resort in Warwickshire, to explore how ‘Smart’ technology is impacting the UK property market.
The conference, which is themed ‘Intelligent Housing’, will provide delegates with insights from some of the country’s leading experts on theoretical physics, the housing market and the global economic situation; as well as how technology is disrupting the traditional models for buying and selling houses.
Keynote speakers on the day will include James Knightley (ING), Professor Matt Turner (Warwick University), Miles Shipside (Rightmove) and Professor Peter Williams (Intermediary Mortgage Lenders Association), with host Paula John (Editor-in-Chief, AE3 Media).
Commenting on the Conference theme, Doug Crawford, CEO of My Home Move said, “Advancements in technology have developed so quickly over the past few years that for many, just trying to keep abreast of the changes can be bewildering. Our expert speakers and accompanying panel session will explore how Smart developments are impacting the property market, and how our introducers can capitalise on the technology available to future proof for tomorrow’s world.
“This theme sums up My Home Move, as for the past decade we have pioneered the use of technology within the legal sector. Just last year we launched our conveyancing app, which continues to be the most popular choice on the App Store for UK home movers. And we’re excited to say that at conference we will be discussing our own latest developments and how these will shape the future, for home movers and introducers alike.”
Delegates from the estate agency, new build and financial services sectors are welcome to attend the conference. With spaces filling up fast, interested parties are asked to email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve their place. The day will begin at 10.30am with a 4.30pm finish and is free to attend.