• Industry: Real estate
  • Type: P2P lending
  • Min. investment: £1,000
  • Country: United Kingdom

Blend Network

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Blend Network is a peer-to-peer property lending marketplace that connects lenders directly with borrowers. Lenders can lend from £1,000 to property-secured loans and earn up to 12% p.a. All Blend Network loans are secured against a first-charge on the property.

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