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BTL2020: Richard Rowntree examines opportunities arising from Covid-19 at The Buy to Let Online Forum

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  • 08/07/2020
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BTL2020: Richard Rowntree examines opportunities arising from Covid-19 at The Buy to Let Online Forum
Paragon managing director of mortgages Richard Rowntree is opening the Buy to Let Online Forum this morning with an overview of the market.

 

Rowntree’s presentation looks at ‘Opportunities in adversity’ as landlords navigate the coronavirus and its impact on the buy-to-let landscape.

He will take a look at the lessons learnt from the financial crisis, and how the industry has changed since 2007.

Rowntree will then examine opportunities within the market in the context of the coronavirus.

He is set to say: “As with every crisis there is an opportunity, and this situation is no different.”

The Buy to Let Online Forum is an online conference and exhibition brought to you by Mortgage Solutions and Specialist Lending Solutions hosted within a secure, online environment.

Delegates can access video presentations and visit sponsor stands directly from their computer or mobile device.

There will also be a lender panel debate, and insights into how landlord clients are feeling about the market, their current investment position and future challenges.

Lenders available for brokers to engage with at the event include Aldermore, BM Solutions, HTB, Interbay, Kensington, Kent Reliance, Paragon and Pepper Money.

CPD hours will be earned by brokers attending today.

Registrations are now closed – with more than 900 delegates, the event is at capacity.

Content from the event will be available for delegates to return to for up to six months.

If you are interested in accessing the content, please email lorraine.francisco@ae3media.co.uk for more details.

For more information visit the website here.

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