Join us for our Q&A webinar session on what COVID-19 means for BTL
In these unprecedented times, it is difficult to keep up with all the changes happening on a daily basis.
As most of the country remains in lockdown and working remotely, we ask what might happen to the buy-to-let (BTL) market if this lockdown continues and if more lenders pull out of the market, where this will leave brokers and their clients.
Join us to discuss these questions and more with economist and chief executive of Landbay John Goodall along with Landbay’s chairman and mortgage funding expert Tony Ward in a live webinar on Wednesday 1 April at 3pm with Mortgage Introducer.
The Q&A session is free to attend and will be hosted our publishing director Robyn Hall.
In the webinar, the experts will be discussing the comparison with today’s crisis with the 2008 credit crunch, the impact on the longer-term rental market and house prices, mortgage lending, broader market conditions and more.
They will also be answering any questions you have about the crisis and BTL market.
John Goodall said: “In these unprecedented times brokers and their clients have more questions than answers.
“In this seminar we will use our extensive knowledge and understanding of the market, of the lending arena and of crises past to try to help to answer some of those questions.
“While it is hard to look into the future, particularly at the moment, we will endeavour to provide some framework around what the future may hold for brokers, for the BTL industry and the economy as a whole.”
You can register here.