I have a suit but I hardly ever wear it. It’s only a cheap one, £100 from Zara’s a couple of years back, I use it for court sometimes. Some people were born to wear them; they carry them off, think George Clooney, Cary Grant. But do you know what I look like in a suit? The Defendant! That’s what, and it’s why I don’t feel comfortable in them. Continue reading The quiet revolution among letting agents
A Connecticut Yankee in the Court of King Arthur – or if you prefer, A Tenancy Relations Officer at a Property Investor’s Show.
Around 120 years ago Mark Twain wrote the classic fish out of water tale about a modern American transplanted to mediaeval Britain. Today I participated in my own version by delivering a presentation at the property investor’s Show at the Excel Arena in London’s Docklands.
Mark Alexander suggested to Nick Clark, the show’s organiser that I might be an interesting, left-field bet. Someone whose job it is to prosecute landlords for harassment and illegal eviction, presenting to a bunch of people for whom I am the anti-Christ. Continue reading Ben Reeve Lewis at 2012 The Property Investor Show