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  • 23/04/2019
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Register for The Buy to Let Market Forum kick-off tomorrow
The Buy to Let Market Forum roadshow kicks off in Manchester tomorrow with a host of industry experts discussing the key movements within the sector.

 

Registration for the four half-day events, brought to you by Mortgage Solutions in Manchester, Birmingham, Cardiff and Reading is open.

BDRC director Mark Long will open the first two sessions at Manchester and Birmingham while Keystone Property Finance CEO David Whittaker will take on the keynote speech 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.

Phil Rickards, head of BM Solutions, will also be discussing the evolution of the buy-to-let market and how it is likely to develop in the short-term.

He will explain how we got to where we are today and what the future holds for the private rental sector and buy-to-let, and where mortgage brokers can provide the best value.

Les Pick, head of sales at Canada Life, will be highlighting why an increasingly older population and an increasingly complex buy to let market mean brokers will need to support older people in this sector.

 

Other topics on the agenda include:

Making the most of remortgage opportunities, Matt McCullough, national sales manager, Aldermore

Making the complex simple, Craig McKinlay, new business director, Kensington

Portfolio landlords: a new mindset, Tim Sweetman, regional sales manager, Paragon Bank

 

Dates and venues are:

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 visit the event website.

 

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