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BLEND Network

Blend is a P2P lending platform that lends against property assets.  They carry out enhanced due diligence on all their loans and in the unlikely event that a borrower defaults they will step in and help to recover the lenders money.  

There are no set up fees, no management fees and no administration fees when you lend on the primary market. There is a 0.6% fee when you resell your loan on the secondary market.

  • 8-15% return p.a. (average 12% p.a.).
  • Minimum investment is £1,000 per loan.
  • All loans are secured against first legal charge on the property and personal guarantee.
  • Simple user-friendly and easy-to-use platform.
  • Enhanced due diligence process on all loans.
  • All loans come with comprehensive information including independent RICS valuation and development appraisal.
  • AutoLend available.
  • 3 to 24 month terms.
  • There are no fees for lenders on the primary market, what you see is what you get. Fees are paid by borrowers.
  • Secondary market is available and there is a 0.6% fee when you sell on the secondary market.
  • 0% default.
  • Diversify across multiple loans.
  • SIPP available.

* correct as of 21/08/2018




Min investment
Estimated return

Blend find niche lending opportunities in high-growth areas across the UK where traditional lenders are less active. This allows them to deliver up to 15% return p.a. to our lenders.

High Returns
Al loans are secured against property
Simple user friendly and easy to use platform
enhanced due diligence process on all loans
All loans come with comprehensive information


The statistics are generated from data we have collected. We can not guarantee that there are no errors, omissions or inaccuracies.

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