5:30 pm, Tuesday 2nd March 2021
Our FREE virtual landlord event brings together experts from across the buy to let industry, examining the issues that matter to property investors right now. In this event, we'll be discussing the benefits of specialist buy to let investments and why financing them isn't as complicated as you might think!
Topics we'll be covering include:
- Why so many landlords are considering a multi-unit as their next investment
- How to finance a UK holiday let property
- What types of conversions the updated permitted development regulations cover
… and much more!
David Whittaker, CEO, Keystone Property Finance
Well known for telling it like it is, David's knowledge and experience of property investment finance is second to none. He'll be discussing everything you need to know about multi-unit investment property.
Mark Posniak, Managing Director, Octane Capital
Having been in the specialist lending sector longer than he can remember, Mark will be explaining how investors can use bridging finance from refurbishment to permitted development conversions.
Andy Elley, Head of Commercial, Mortgages for Business
With over 25 years' financial industry experience, Andy is an authority on holiday let finance for both buy to let and commercial investment. A great way to diversify your portfolio, Andy will explain how to get in on this growing investment market.
MFB Live! brings together respected industry figures to give you the knowledge you need to make informed investment decisions.
The event is FREE to join; pop your details into the form, and we will send you the joining instructions before the event.
Register for MFB Live!
Mortgages for Business Ltd is authorised and regulated by the Finance Conduct Authority (No. 313537) to transact regulated mortgages. The FCA does not regulate some investment mortgage contracts. Mortgages for Business Ltd is a founding member of the National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers, the body that promotes best practice within the commercial finance industry. Telephone calls may be monitored or recorded for training and quality purposes