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#TSLE2018: Whittaker to outline pitfalls of EPCs at The Specialist Lending Event

by: Specialist Lending Solutions
  • 09/01/2018
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Kicking off in York on 30 January, buy-to-let expert David Whittaker is ready to shine a light into the more complex world of buy-to-let post-portfolio lending changes and explain how Energy Performance Certificates (EPC) are the next regulatory obstacle to hurdle.


From 1 April 2018, the MD of Keystone and Mortgages for Business said landlords will have to hold an EPC for each property rating the building higher than an F or G and cannot let to new tenants after April without one.

The broker-tailored, morning-only event is travelling out to a venue near you, starting at York Racecourse, travelling on to Aintree Racecourse in Liverpool, Sandown Racecourse in Surrey and the Manufacturing and Technology Centre near Coventry.

Register now to see a raft of specialist lender and broker speakers including Pepper Money, Masthaven and Vida Homeloans and examining opportunities in niche markets, such as the self-employed and adverse credit.

Come armed with questions and put our lender panel through its paces on everything from lending criteria to service and watch out for the distributor’s panel, which always creates a headline or two.

Group editor of Specialist Lending Solutions Victoria Hartley and chair at Aintree in Liverpool said TSLE is always the liveliest, most newsworthy conference event of the year.

“This well-attended event brings together specialist lenders, brokers and journalists in a combustible environment with access all-content areas when it comes to the presentations, question and answer sessions and chairing of the event itself.

“We’re looking forward to seeing you all there,” she added.

See all the details on the locations, parking, timings and the speakers at each location.


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