David Whittaker to discuss the future of buy to let at The Specialist Lending Event 2019

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David Whittaker to discuss the future of buy to let at The Specialist Lending Event 2019
Keystone Property Finance CEO David Whittaker will be examining the future of the buy-to-let market in a session at the Specialist Lending Event 2019.

 

Whittaker (pictured) is a well-recognised personality in the buy-to-let sector and will be giving an insightful look into its future in his own unique style.

While buy to let remains a healthy market it has become increasingly specialist in recent years.

Among other subjects, Whittaker will address the key complexities advisers need to get their heads around.

 

Other sessions announced at the four-location roadshow include:

  • Octane Capital managing director Mark Posniak will be presenting a session titled Tailor-made solutions. Posniak will discuss how bespoke underwriting works for individuals, whether they are small commercial, complex income or bridging customers.
  • Masthaven sales director Rob Barnard will be outlining how to improve the specialist customer experience. Barnard will be answering how can lenders and advisers can work together to identify and cater for their borrowing needs in a more efficient and targeted way.

 

The Specialist Lending Event was launched in 2016 with the aim of informing brokers about this growing area of the market.

It will consider those sectors which have not been catered for by mainstream lenders and assess how brokers can place unusual cases and avoid turning business away or burning leads.

 

The Specialist Lending Event will take place at:

5th February – Sandown Park Racecourse, Esher

6th February – the National Conference Centre, Solihull

12th February – York Racecourse, York

13th February – Aintree Racecourse, Liverpool

More information and free registration can be found on the Specialist Lending Event 2019 website.

 

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