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A guide to peer-to-peer property lending

A guide to peer-to-peer property lending

Posted 5 months ago


Author: Roxana Mohammadian-Molina, Chief Strategy Officer at Blend Network Many of you may have heard about peer-to-peer (P2P) property lending; some of you may have already dipped your toes in it;..

Tagged: p2p equity property investment Blend Network


Why is property/real estate equity and debt crowdfunding booming in the UK?

Why is property/real estate equity and debt crowdfunding booming in the UK?

Posted 3 years ago


The Real estate (property) sector is embracing both debt (P2P) and equity crowdfunding in the UK and elsewhere around the world. To date 19% of the total money invested on UK equity crowdfunding pla..

Tagged: property real estate equity crowdfunding debt crowdfunding invest investing investment NESTA


Could a buy-to-let sell off lead to a peer-to-peer (P2P) lending boost?

Posted 3 years ago


The National Association of Landlords believes that 20% of landlords plan to sell one or more of their properties in the next 12 months. Why? Because conditions that favour an attractive regular inc..

Tagged: peer to peer lending p2p lending National Association of Landlords property IFISA investors investments


Property investment in the peer-to-peer and crowdfunding market

Posted 5 years ago


A recent White Paper from research company Datamonitor, The Global Wealth Market in 2015, has found that alternative asset classes are becoming increasingly important as part of high net worth inves..

Tagged: property investment crowdfunding propertycrowd relendex landbay proplend lendinvest assetzcapital crowdestates folk2folk propertypartner housecrowd elevate capitalstackers


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