Making the most of remortgage opportunities
According to recent UK Finance figures remortgaging is at a ten-year high, whereas house purchase activity has been more muted. This divide is most prevalent on the buy-to-let side with two-thirds of activity in 2018 being remortgage. Why is this, and what can advisers do to ensure landlord clients are managing their buy-to-let mortgage borrowing effectively.
Matt McCullough, national sales manager
The evolution of buy to let and beyond
The buy-to-let market may be far from perfect and has come under increased much pressure but there are still opportunities for the right customers. This session will explain how we got to where we are today and what the future holds for the PRS and buy-to-let.
Phil Rickards, head of BM Solutions
Catering for later life landlords
With more options available in the later life market, buy-to-let mortgage providers are responding to people’s ever-changing needs with innovation and product development.
This session will focus on the current later life buy-to-let market opportunity and how to overcome recent regulatory changes, and examine three real life case studies.
Les Pick, head of sales
Making the complex simple
There has been a lot of coverage regarding the headwinds and challenges that landlords face in the current market. How can specialist lending simplify what is all too often seen as a complex set of scenarios? We’ll consider the new opportunities this provides for brokers to grow their business and help their customers.
Craig McKinlay, new business director
Portfolio landlords: a new mindset
Given the changes to the tax and regulatory regimes portfolio landlords have undergone in recent years, is it time for landlords, lenders and advisers alike to take a completely fresh approach to portfolio buy to let?
Andrew Rudkin, regional sales manager and Richard Saunders, regional sales manager