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Speakers announced for Buy to Let Market Forum

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Speakers announced for Buy to Let Market Forum
BM Solutions, 3mc and Kensington are three of the speakers lined up to join this years' Buy to Let Market Forum, in association with Mortgage Solutions.

Travelling to Cardiff, Birmingham, Winchester and Warrington, the boardroom sessions set to run are:

Making the most of the specialist buy-to-let opportunity
What makes a specialist buy-to-let case different to a mainstream buy-to-let case and what should intermediaries be looking out for when dealing with this type of deal?

Doug Hall
Managing director, 3mc (Cardiff only)

How to write quality buy-to-let business and what to look out for
In a changing market, it has never been more important for brokers to understand exactly what a lender is looking for and how to spot potential buy-to-let misuse.

Ian Carswell
Regional manager, North of England, BM Solutions (Birmingham)
Phil Rickards
Head of mortgages, BM Solutions (Winchester and Warrington)

What kind of impact will pension changes have on buy to let?
This April’s changes to pension rules could provide a shot in the arm for buy to let, enabling thousands more silver investors to set up as a landlord. But what will be the reality?

Speaker to be announced, Kensington

At our previous Buy to Let Forums, the boardroom sessions have been hugely popular among advisers, with each event reaching full capacity.Book now to assure your place.

The Buy To Let Market Forum will be travelling to:

22 April – Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff
23 April – Villa Park Stadium, Birmingham
28 April – Norton Park Hotel, Winchester
29 April – The Park Royal Hotel, Warrington

To book your place or for more information about the event CLICK HERE

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