The Future of Lending & Exit Strategies
London Regional Seminar sponsored by Edmund Cude
7:00PM 27 June 2013
Institute of Directors, Pall Mall, London SW1Y 5ED
Making Lenders More Landlord Friendly
Introduction by Richard Blanco, NLA London Representative
Since 2001, the lending landscape in the UK has gone from feast to famine. Was the 2001-7 period for buy to let lending excessive or is it the normality we hope to return to? Landlords now complain of high margins over base rate, large percentage arrangement fees, limits on portfolio size, what can be counted as income and harsh credit scoring. Are most lenders really just interested in serving employed landlords who have a couple of properties 'on the side'?
The Future For Lenders
Paul Smee, Chief Executive, Council of Mortgage Lenders
Many CML members lend to landlords. Paul will explain the context of the current lending environment and give his view on the future of buy to let. What will be the new normality and when might we get there?
Tax Planning & Exit Strategies
with Anil Mohanlal, Founder MD Kumar Strategic Consultants
Anil will give an overview of tax implications, the use of personal and corporate structures and timescales for exiting the property business, be it a retirement or inheritance plan. We will hear from three landlords on their exit strategies, plus questions from the audience.
Thu 27 June 2013
7pm for 7.30pm start until 9.45pm
Institute of Directors, 116 Pall Mall, London SW1Y 5ED
Nearest tube stations: Charing Cross, Piccadilly Circus
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