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Rebuilding Society

rebuildingsociety.com is an online peer-to-business lending platform, bringing together UK businesses looking for loans with individuals looking to make a better return than through their savings by lending to businesses.

  • Secured loans available valued at over £50,000.
  • Lending to SMEs.
  • Lend from £10.
  • Average return 7.8%.
  • Rebuilding Society will collect and recover monies for the investor
  • Secondary market available.
  • 0.5% microloan sale fee When you sell a microloan on the secondary market, there is a 0.5% commission fee based on the outstanding capital, which is payable once your loan part is sold.
  • IFISA available. You can also lend from a standard account.

* correct as of 23/10/2019

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Rebuilding Society Borrower rate vs Default rate

* Borrower rate represents the gross interest rate charged to the borrower. * Definition of what represents a default will vary according to each platform. * Default value represents loans originating from that month

  • Total lent

    The total amount ever lent out by the platform


  • Average loan

    The mean average loan amount


  • Biggest loan

    The single biggest amount lent out


  • Biggest default

    The single biggest default


  • Min investment

    The minimum amount needed to invest


  • Established date




Min investment
Estimated return

An Innovative Finance ISA is a type of account which allows tax-free interest on peer-to-peer loans. The ISA allowance is a maximum of £20,000. 

Receive an interest rate of more than 8%, with the business-wide average net return currently paying 8.6%.


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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