Join Mortgage Introducer and Landbay on Wednesday 13 January at 3pm GMT for another live Q&A session giving a balanced view on the latest developments in the buy-to-let market.
Total property wealth owned by over-65s who have paid off mortgages is valued at £1.224trn and has increased by £46.135bn in the past year.
The benefit allows members to claim up to £500 per night for any period spent in hospital during the lockdown period where they are treated without charge, regardless of whether that is in an NHS or private setting.
eConveyancer introducers can now offer their clients the option to purchase a Homebuyer Protection policy for just £45 which is available for purchase cases in England and Wales.
The panel will be entitled: ‘Have we reached the zenith of regulation and taxation in the buy-to-let market? What more value can be added by brokers to our landlords to help grow the Industry?’
The move opens West One’s proposition to networks and mortgage clubs, supplementing its master broker channel.
For those that did engage a mortgage broker 52% did so for the reassurance that the broker’s advice would help them to choose the correct product.
Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick has confirmed that the property market will remain open despite the impending second national lockdown in England.
Decisions in Principle were up 15% in September compared to August while applications climbed 13% and completions jumped by 29% ending the quarter with three consecutive months of market share gains.
In the week ending 16 August, analysis of sales subject to contract (SSTC) on Rightmove shows a 61% jump compared with the same week the previous year.