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Compare Peer To Peer Lending

P2P (peer to peer) lending is when investors lend their money via a platform direct to a business, individual or against a property/asset at an agreed rate. There is no guarantee against losses, however some P2P lenders have a provision fund, secure the debt against an asset or spread the risk amongst multiple loans. See our P2P guide.


Lend against a range of personal guarantor loans, available to homeowners and tenants with medium to poor credit backed with a guarantor who is a homeowner with excellent credit, bridge loans secured with a second charge and a maximum LTV of 85% and high rate unsecured loans where the borrower must be a homeowner, but may have previous credit problems in the past through no thought of their own.

term: 24 - 60 months min. investment: £10 return: up to 9.61%*
* provided on 05/05/2020

Lend against a range of bridge loans with a maximum LTV 75%, average rate unsecured loans where the borrower must be a homeowner, personal guarantor loans available to homeowners and tenants with medium to poor credit and buy to let mortgages secured by a first legal charge with a maximum LTV 80%

term: 24 - 60 months min. investment: £10 return: up to 6.41%*
* provided on 05/05/2020

Lend against property via bridge loans with a maximum LTV 65%, buy-to-let maximum LTV 65% and low rate unsecured loans where the borrower must be a homeowner.

term: 24 - 60 months min. investment: £10 return: up to 4.32%*
* provided on 05/05/2020

Cash held on account will benefit from an interest equivalent of 1.2% per annum

term: 24 - 60 months min. investment: £10 return: up to 1.20%*
* provided on 08/04/2020
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