• Industry: Real estate, Mortgages
  • Type: P2P lending
  • Min. investment: ¬£5,000
  • Country: United Kingdom

LendInvest

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LendInvest is a UK based online platform that provides property finance and creates new solutions for property developers, brokers and investors. Since its launch is 2008, it has lent over £2 billion. Min investment is £5,000 for individual investors. Institutional investors can invest in opportunity funds or secured bonds.

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