Some 71% of brokers are confident in the mortgage market’s prospects in the next 12 months, despite the difficult few months they have encountered.
The research, from Masthaven, found that only 3% of intermediaries are not confident.
Rob Barnard, director of intermediaries at Masthaven Bank, said: “Broker confidence is holding up well and that’s such an important part of the market, as it directly feeds through into the conversations intermediaries are having with customers.
“Now that the housing market has reopened and with the news that mortgage payment relief may be extended to help those customers in need, it’s good to see positive sentiment for the next twelve months from the intermediary community.”
More than half (51%) of specialist lending intermediaries are using video calls to liaise with their customers, while 42% are sending regular email updates.
Nearly a third (32%) of specialist lending intermediaries said that they are recommending lenders based on their access to reliable funding.
This post has originally been featured in Property Wire.