Across this week we be delved into the world of bridging, new build, overseas mortgages, secured loans and will writing to give brokers extra ideas about expanding their income streams.
New build sector offers big opportunity for brokers
Andy Frankish, new homes director at Mortgage Advice Bureau, looks at the new build market and how brokers can form relationships with developers.
Use resi and commercial bridging to boost your income – Dragonfly
Mark Posniak, head of sales and marketing at Dragonfly Property Finance, looks at how brokers can widen their income streams using resi and commercial bridging.
Sun, sea and mortgage brokers: boosting your overseas business
Opportunities in the overseas mortgage market are ripe for the taking, says Conti director Clare Nessling.
A look at the secured loan regulatory shake-up
The Lending Wizard’s Darrell Walker looks beyond the Mortgage Market Review to recent regulation changes affecting the secured loan sector.
How loans can secure extra income for brokers – Enterprise
If there’s one rule to running a business, it’s try not to put all your eggs in one basket, writes Danny Waters.
Where there’s a will there’s a way – Blacks Connect
Mortgage brokers often shy away from offering will writing services but David Gilman, partner in charge of Blacks Connect, says they are throwing away a valuable opportunity.
Taking the first steps into commercial lending – Marketwatch
This week’s Marketwatch experts are giving advice on how brokers with a residential background can tap into the commercial market space.
Majority of brokers have not completed a bridging case this year
As part of Mortgage Solutions‘ alternative income week we asked brokers how many bridging cases they had completed in the last six months.
Crowdfunding: the ultimate broker guide
Laura McMullen, business development director at Funding Circle, looks at how brokers can start to make money from crowdfunding and peer-to-peer loans.
When commercial and residential worlds collide – KFH
Robin Johnson looks at how the permitted developments legislation of last year has been extended to include more classes of property that can now be altered to become residential dwellings.