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The Buy to Let Market Forum introduces one-to-one case troubleshooting sessions

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The Buy to Let Market Forum introduces one-to-one case troubleshooting sessions
Delegates at The Buy to Let Market Forum this year will be able to book one-to-one sessions with sponsors to discuss their individual buy-to-let queries.


The forum is free-to-attend, and delegates will be able to book the sessions on the day of the event.

David Whittaker, chief executive officer at Mortgages for Business and Keystone Property Finance, will deliver the opening presentation and discuss  changes in the buy-to-let market.

This will be followed by workshops led by industry insiders, including BM Solutions, who will explain how advisers can best submit watertight applications to landlord mortgages, and Aldermore, who will consider how brokers should approach diverse portfolios to best extract opportunities in the specialist buy-to-let sector.

The Buy to Let Market Forum is taking places at four different locations across the country:

  • Manchester United, Manchester on 17 April
  • Villa Park Stadium, Birmingham on 18 April
  • Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff on 24 April
  • Royal Berkshire Conference Centre, Reading on 25 April

Registration will open at 8.30am with the event commencing at 9.30am, with the formal close at 2.50pm.

For more information, please visit the event page here.

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