1. In the landlord’s shoes
How are your landlord clients feeling about the market, their current investment position and future challenges? What are their plans and what do they need from you?
Nick Parker, head of intermediary distribution, Aldermore
2. Strategies for success
Maximising buy-to-let yield via specialist investments as a professional property investor
Charles McDowell, managing director, specialist mortgages, Hampshire Trust Bank
3. Be a better buy-to-let mortgage adviser
There is life after page one of the sourcing systems! How to grow in confidence, manage your relationships with clients and peers and be an effective buy-to-let consultant compared to the mainstream general practitioner.
Paul Brett, managing director, intermediaries, Landbay
4.From SPVs to bridge-to-let…
What does the increasing complexity of the buy-to-let market mean for you and your landlord clients?
Andy Virgo, Head of Key Accounts, LendInvest
5. Reasons to be cheerful – why the buy-to-let doom-mongers are wrong
While landlords do face more challenges these days, property investment remains a huge, tax-efficient opportunity in the medium- to long-term compared to other assets, and an attractive proposition in light of huge lender appetite and increased product innovation and supply.
Craig McKinlay, new business director, Kensington
6. Helping landlords in the face of adversity
Today’s landlords face challenges on every front, from more stringent lending criteria to taxation rules, down-valuations to utility defaults impacting credit scores. How can you anticipate hurdles and help your clients make a success of their investments?
Steve Griffiths, sales director, TML