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Buy to Let Market Forum 2019 open for registrations

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Buy to Let Market Forum 2019 open for registrations
Registration for the Buy to Let Market Forum 2019 roadshow is now open, with four events around the country covering the essential elements of the current market.

 

BDRC director Mark Long will open the first two sessions at Manchester and Birmingham while Keystone Property Finance CEO David Whittaker will do so in Cardiff and Reading.

Long will be utilising the latest research to examine the changes and trends in the private rental sector and try to anticipate what might be coming down the tracks in the next 12 months.

Whittaker will be giving an overview of how he sees the market developing and what this means for lenders and brokers.

 

Beware top-slicing and landlord prisoners

The Buy to Let Market Forum is brought to you by Mortgage Solutions and tailored to keep brokers up to speed with the changing market and help maintain and improve business relationships.

The free-to-attend half-day conference brings together a raft of expert buy-to-let lenders and adviser delegates to discuss the key issues impacting the market.

Last year Whittaker warned about the risks of over-using top-slicing deals and to beware of inadvertently creating mortgage prisoner landlords.

Meanwhile, Paragon regional sales manager Andrew Rudkin highlighted why the limited company route may not be right for all landlord clients.

And BM Solutions regional manager Matt Beecham explained how brokers could improve their business by outlining how to successfully complete applications.

 

The Buy To Let Market Forum will be held at:

AJ Bell Stadium, Manchester – 24th April

Aston Villa FC, Birmingham – 25th April

Cardiff City FC, Cardiff – 1st May

Royal Berkshire Conference Centre, Reading – 2nd May

For more information and to register visit the website.

 

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