Twenty7Tec Launches Future Demand Anthology

Insights on the housing and mortgage market in 2021 & beyond

We have launched our Future Demands anthology.

The anthology combines a data led retrospective of the housing and mortgage market in 2020 with a snapshot of what we can expect in the near future. It also comprises a number of forward-thinking essays written by prominent figures in the sector. Aside from opinions published by the Twenty7Tec senior management team, other contributors include: RT Hon Christopher Pincher MP, Minister of State for Housing; David Plumtree, Group CEO (Estate Agency) at Connells; Simon Brown, CEO at Landmark Information Group, Maria Harris, Non Exec Director at United Trust Bank; Ying Tan, Founder & CEO at Dynamo; Payal Jain, Managing Director at JCURV and Chair of Women in Data; Alex Maddox, Capital Markets & Digital Director at Kensington Mortgages; Dominic Scott, Managing Director at Alexander Hall; Jeremy Duncombe, Managing Director at Accord Mortgages; Damian Thompson, Group Managing Director at Aldermore; Andrew Montlake, Managing Director at Coreco; and Louisa Sedgwick, Chair of the Intermediary and mortgage Lenders Association.

James Tucker, CEO of Twenty7Tec, commented on the launch:

We are proud to launch our Future Demands anthology today. It has been a pleasure to work with the team at Twenty7Tec and all of our contributors on this exciting project.

We wanted to provide a place where informed mortgage and property thinkers and experts could share their ideas and start conversations about the state of the mortgage and property market today. There is no denying that 2020 has been a turbulent year for everyone. However, amidst a global pandemic and the UK’s journey in to a post-Brexit world there is still light at the end of the tunnel. Our data clearly shows that not all is doom and gloom. The world is changing and so are we.

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