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A peer-to-peer property investment community where investors can generate annual earnings from 7% up to 12%, with bonuses to boost. Lendy monitor loans and update portfolios, whilst investors only need to fund their account. The company has almost 22,000 customers using the platform and has raised nearly £420m for their borrowers. Investors have made over £43m in earnings since 2013.

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Saving Stream is an investment platform that offers investors fixed rates of 12% pa. We are able to offer these great rates by allowing investors to fully or partially finance existing loans. These loans are usually already in place and secured against either assets that we hold in our possession or against property that we secure with a legal first or second charge.

Saving Stream has a portfolio of £21,736,307 of loans that we have made to borrowers. These loans are all secured against assets that we hold in our possession as security or against property that we have a legal first or second charge over. Saving Stream allows investors to fund segments of these existing loans for a fixed rate of return of 12% per annum. Saving Stream is a trading name of Lendy Ltd. Lendy Ltd is authorised & regulated by the FCA.


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