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The Buy to Let Online Forum 2020 kicks off with close to 1,000 attendees on board

  • 08/07/2020
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The Buy to Let Online Forum 2020 kicks off with close to 1,000 attendees on board
The Buy to Let Online Forum 2020 has kicked off this morning with close to 1,000 property professionals signed up to attend the the virtual event.


Richard Rowntree, managing director of mortgages at Paragon, is opening the event at 9.30am with his observations on how landlords and the buy-to-let market can weather the pandemic.

The Buy to Let Online Forum 2020 is Mortgage Solutions’ first online event to include live streaming speakers and has attracted its highest number of pre- registered attendees for any of its online events.

Nine experts are lined up to speak to attendees, who will be able to interact with speakers by using the live chat function or by putting questions directly to the speakers, some of who will be live streaming in.

Presentations from Ying Tan, chief executive of Dynamo and Craig McKinlay, new business director, Kensington will point out the opportunities that still remain in today’s challenging market and how to make the most of them.

Paul Brett, managing director of Landbay, will be hosting a talk on how to diversify a property investment strategy, by adding houses in multiple occupation (HMOs) and multi-unit freehold blocks (MUFBs) to a portfolio.

Meanwhile, Charles McDowell, managing director, specialist mortgages at Hampshire Trust Bank, will talk about maximising buy-to-let yields.

Attendees will able to listen to market insight from Mark Long director, financial and business, BVA BDRC and Matt McCullough, national sales manager, intermediary mortgage distribution, Aldermore.

The programme will wrap up with a panel debate between Phil Rickards, head of BM Solutions and Adrian Moloney, group sales director, OneSavings Bank, chaired by editor in chief of Mortgage Solutions Paula John.

If you have pre-registered you can log in here: Or you will have the opportunity to register again on Thursday afternoon.

Email to request access. You will be able to view the presentations and exhibitions for a further six months.


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