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Relendex vs Funding Knight

Relendex Established 2011

Invest from £500

  • All loans are secured against value UK properties.
  • Resale loan parts through their resale marketplace.
  • funding for commercial real estate investments, developments and bridging loans available.
  • 6 months to 5 year terms.
  • Interest is normally paid quarterly.
  • There are no fees for investing in a loan.
  • There are no fees for selling loans via Relendex.
  • IFISA available.

* correct as of 23/10/2019

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Funding Knight Established 2011

Invest from £500

  • Back individual business loans secured by a personal guarantee.
  • Option to work with Autobuy which will place offers to buy loan parts in marketplace automatically.
  • There are no fees for investing in a loan.
  • There is a 0.25% fee for selling loans on the platform.

* correct as of 17/10/2019

Borrower rate

* Borrower rate represents the gross interest rate charged to the borrower.


Default rate

* Definition of what represents a default will vary according to each platform * Default value represents loans originating from that month.


Total lent

Relendex £23,577,000
Funding Knight £31,485,000

> The total amount ever lent out by the platform

Average loan

Relendex £589,425
Funding Knight £136,299

> The mean average loan amount

Biggest loan

Relendex £1,400,000
Funding Knight £1,200,000

> The single biggest amount lent out

Biggest default

Relendex N/A
Funding Knight £235,000

> The single biggest default

Min investment

Relendex £500

> The minimum amount needed to invest




Disclaimer

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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