Peer to peer lending (also known as crowdfunding), or person to person lending, allows borrowers to skip the bank and borrow from individuals. You can borrow from complete strangers or just use peer to peer lending services to structure loans between family and friends.

When you participate in peer to peer lending, you’re cutting the bank out of the equation (and replacing it with your P2P service). Banks have their place in the world, but sometimes your best or alternative option is to borrow elsewhere. Peer to peer lending gives you another option for raising funds either as secured or unsecured loans across many sectors including investment property.

Lenders can select from one or more projects (normally property) to lend their funds and start to earn a fixed rate of interest over a fixed term receiving repayments (as part capital and interest) at set intervals (typically on a monthly basis) or as agreed, rolled up and paid back once the loan is terminated.


If you are looking to raise property or property related finance without using the mainstream channels of banks, mortgage lenders and bridging loan companies then START NOW by registering your details below.

We will work with you to understand your individual needs; together with our knowledge and wide experience of the UK property sector this will allow us to quickly assess the best solution for you. It’s far easier and quicker than dealing with banks who simply do not understand, or cater to your circumstances.

Borrower’s workflow…

peer to peer lending borrowers workflow

If you are receiving poor below inflation rates on your money, you might wish to consider an alternative, which can provide better returns on your spare funds.

As an investor in peer to peer lending you can spread your funds across more than one SECURED property-based project and receive monthly returns and an enhance your cash flow.

Your capital may be at risk.

Click  below to register your interest.

Lender’s workflow…

peer to peer lending lenders workflow

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