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Brokers were warned to make sure they do not become the fall guys of a pension transfer scandal waiting to happen by advising customers to invest in buy-to-let.
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Mortgage Solutions' Buy To Let Market Forum took place in Birmingham, Manchester and London this week.
Almost half of brokers surveyed said lenders have increased their defences against fraud in the last year, the Mortgage Solutions People's Poll has revealed.
Santander for Intermediaries has launched a five-year fixed rate at 4.34% up to 75% loan-to-value for buy-to-let customers exclusively for brokers.
Gross buy-to-let lending rose by 46% to £1.9bn as 14,300 loans were advanced to landlords in February, figures from the Council of Mortgage Lenders has shown.
The Financial Conduct Authority has been accused of being over-zealous in its pursuit of consumers who take out buy-to-let mortgages to purchase a home.
A mortgage boss said he expects the market share of mortgage intermediary business to hit 65% by the end of the year.
Lenders do not expect the predicted post-MMR surge in buy-to-let business to significantly impact on service levels, brokers at The Buy to Let Market Forum heard.
At this year’s Buy to Let Market Forum, straw polls taken by our presenters from our Manchester audience became a real theme of the event.
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