David Whittaker to open The Buy to Let Market Forum 2018

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David Whittaker to open The Buy to Let Market Forum 2018
Mortgages for Business and Keystone Property Finance CEO David Whittaker will deliver the opening presentation at The Buy to Let Market Forum 2018, offering invaluable insight into this dramatically changing market.

This will be followed by dedicated workshops led by industry experts including BM Solutions, who will explain how advisers can best submit watertight applications for landlord mortgages, and Aldermore, who will consider the opportunities in the specialist buy-to-let sector and how brokers should approach diverse property portfolios.


Delegates will be given the opportunity on the day to book a one-to-one session with sponsors to discuss specific cases.


The Buy to Let Market Forum is taking place at four different locations across the UK:

17th April – Manchester United, Manchester

18th April – Villa Park Stadium, Birmingham

24th April – Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff

25th April – Royal Berkshire Conference Centre, Reading


For more information visit the event website: http://www.mortgagesolutions.co.uk/events/buy-let-market-forum-2018/

Registration will open at 8.30am with the event starting at 9.30am and closing at 2.50pm.

Follow the event on Twitter at #BTL18

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