A lot can change in a decade. That is especially true when it comes to the UK’s mortgage market.
The credit crunch and subsequent financial crisis reshaped the sector in a way nobody could have ever predicted, ushering in a wave of regulation to stop the mistakes of the past being repeated.
The result has been a decade of weaker lending, rock-bottom interest rates and significantly tighter underwriting criteria.
Just as the financial crisis shaped the past decade, technology is expected to mould the next.
With that in mind, MRM felt it pertinent to ask: how will the mortgage market look in 2030?
To do that, we asked some of the most-respected leaders, from all corners of the mortgage and property markets, to give us their visions of the future, which you can read by downloading the attached report.
While the panellists recognised the short-to-medium term impacts of things like coronavirus, they focused instead on the long-term drivers of change in the market, namely technology, product innovation and distribution trends.
We would like to thank everyone who attended, and we hope you enjoy reading their conclusions.
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