Still time to register for Buy to Let Market Forum

  • 10/04/2018
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Still time to register for Buy to Let Market Forum
There is still time to register for The Buy to Let Market Forum roadshow brought to you by Mortgage Solutions which started this week.



Registration is still open for the events at Cardiff and Reading next week.

The full programme at all the venues includes a keynote session from Mortgages for Business and Keystone Property Finance chief executive David Whittaker. At the opening event Whittaker raised concerns about the increasing use of top-slicing for buy-to-let.

Participants also have the chance to grill buy-to-let lenders on the latest industry changes.

The programme:

  • Buy-to-Let: the only constant is change and yet more change. Opening session hosted by David Whittaker, CEO, Keystone Property Finance and Mortgages for Business.
  • The opportunity to attend dedicated workshops led by leading sponsors Aldermore, BM Solutions, Landbay, Paragon and Retirement Advantage.
  • Buy-to-Let: lenders under the microscope: A chance to put your questions to a panel of key buy-to-let lenders such as BM Solutions, OneSavings Bank, and Vida Homeloans. Chaired by 3mc.
  • One-to-one surgery: book a one-to-one appointment with one of our sponsors to discuss specific buy-to-let queries.
  • Discover the latest buy-to-let products on the market from Forum sponsors.
  • Networking opportunities over coffee and a free lunch.


The Buy to Let Market Forum is taking place at four different locations across the UK:

17th April – Manchester United, Manchester

18th April – Villa Park Stadium, Birmingham

24th April – Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff

25th April – Royal Berkshire Conference Centre, Reading


For more information visit The Buy to Let Forum Website.

Registration will open at 8.30am with the event commencing at 9.30am and ending at 2.50pm.

The event’s hashtag is #BTL18

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