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Buy to let Week: A look back

by: Mortgage Solutions
  • 16/05/2011
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Buy to let Week: A look back
All this week, Mortgage Solutions has been examining the buy-to-let industry in-depth, offering a mix of features and analysis with contributions from the key lenders and specialist brokers in the sector.

Here is a run down of all our key features, analysis and blogs from this week:

Monday

Mortgage Solutions’ Simret Samra examines whether the buy-to-let sector will fulfil its potential this year, while Paul Howard at Nationwide discusses what opportunities buy to let holds for brokers.

In Broker Toolbox, Lloyds TSB International offers its specialist expertise into overseas buy to let and why it’s easier than you think.

In addition, Kay McLellan talks to Mortgages for Business’ David Whittaker in the MS One to One.

Tuesday

Look out for AMI director Robert Sinclair’s blog on buy-to-let regulation, alongside blogs from Coventry examining new entrants to buy to let and Paragon on large property investors.

Wednesday

Join us at 11am for a live webchat with Mortgages for Business’ David Whittaker, when David will be on hand to answer all your burning questions and offer a steer on the market.

Market Watch – We ask BM Solutions, The Buy to Let Business’ Ying Tan and the National Landlords Association: Do we want to see a return of the types of buy-to-let products available at the peak of the market four years ago?

Thursday

MS Poll – Find out whether brokers are prepared to invest their own money in buy to let right now.

Private Finance’s Melanie Bien considers negative equity for landlords, Legal & General discusses the opportunities around landlord insurance, and Mark Alexander, of Property118.com, offers broker tips on using social media in buy to let.

Friday

Ask the Experts – Legal & General’s Ben Thompson deals with the devil in the buy-to-let product detail.

LSL Property Services’s David Brown looks at how the buy-to-let market has bounced back in 2011.

 

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