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Compare P2P Property Loans And Investment

P2P Property loans typically allows investors to loan their money alongside other investors for a set interest rate secured against a property.

P2P Property investment typically allows investors to own a share in a property for the purpose of either rental, development or refurbishment and eventually exit. Each platform is different.

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  • Relendex Sponsored

    Relendex are a P2P short term property loan specialist. Customers can invest over a period of 6 months to 5 years and can choose individual loans to invest in, or use Relendex's autolending system a..
  • BLEND Network Sponsored

    Blend is a P2P lending platform that lends against property assets. The company performs enhanced due diligence on all loans and in the unlikely event a borrower defaults, Blend will step in and hel..
  • Kuflink Sponsored

    Kuflink is an award-winning P2P property investment platform. Over 56,500 investments have taken place on the site, with the total amount invested exceeding £35m. To date, there have been zero..
  • The Housecrowd



    Founded in 2012, The Housecrowd is a peer-to-peer lending and property crowdfunding platform. They offer loans secured against land or property. They have four products to choose from, including IF-..
  • Homegrown



    The first crowdfunding platform in the UK specialising in property development investments. Invest in large-scale development projects led by experienced developers with proven track records. Invest..
  • Code Investing



    A well-established debt finance platform. CODE Investing's marketplace caters for a vast range of regular and non-traditional investors. There are opportunities to invest and borrow in both business..
  • Property Crowd



    Property Crowd was the first UK real estate crowdfunder operating under FCA regulations. They are a UK-based company that is passionate about property crowdfunding and dedicated to offering secure a..
  • CrowdLords



    Bridging the gap between investors and professional property owners, resulting in potentially larger returns than saving the money with a bank. CrowdLords pool together resources so more people can ..
  • Funding Knight

    FundingKnight is a crowd lending lending platform that can offer loans for various purposes.  They take a holistic view to assessing businesses and provide solutions that fit the desired criter..
  • CrowdProperty

    CrowdProperty has expertise in the property market for investors to receive high returns and for borrowers to raise the finance they need. The company has repaid over £12m to its 6,400 investo..
  • Proplend

    Proplend is an online marketplace for risk-adjusted, secured lending at fixed interest rates ranging from 5% to 12% per annum. All loans are supported by a 1st legal charge on commercial properties ..
  • Assetz Capital

    Assetz Capital is a peer-to-peer lending platform. They connect investors with small businesses and property developers who are looking to borrow money. Your investments are used to give them secure..
  • CapitalRise

    CapitalRise offer investors access to prime real estate development investment. With tax-free returns available through their Innovative Finance ISA, these investments fund some of the finest real e..
  • Landbay

    A P2P marketplace for buy-to-let mortgage investments. Landbay spreads an investor's funds across multiple mortgages for a more diverse portfolio, instead of relying on one loan. Customers can inves..


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