Lendy: peer-to-peer lending and borrowing


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Find out more about peer-to-peer secured property lending platform, Lendy.

Lendy is one of Europe’s leading peer to peer secured property lending platforms, bringing together investors and borrowers for development project and property purchases.

Who are Lendy?

Lendy was launched in 2012 by two entrepreneurs who wanted to revolutionise property investing and borrowing. The platform has now grown to 25 employees, with over £360m invested from more than 19,000 users. Read our guide below to see if Lendy is the right peer-to-peer platform for you.

warning iconWarning: The value of investments can go down as well as up so you may not get back the money you invest. Please ensure you understand the risks.

How does it work?

Lendy have a model that allows borrowers to borrow money against professionally valued property. Investors can then choose to invest, providing all or some of the loan the borrower seeks. The borrower benefits from a competitive interest rate loan while the investor earns interest on their investment.

Lendy investing and borrowing

Lendy offer a competitive peer-to-peer lending platform, below are some of the benefits of investing and borrowing:

  • Fast and easy setup of your account.
  • A safe and secure platform.
  • Simple to use platform.
  • Help fund property development.

Benefits to borrowers

  • Fast turnaround
  • Helping hand
  • Good customer service
  • Growing support
  • Is Lendy safe?

    Yes, Lendy is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), number 654326, and is registered with the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), number Z3404040.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    warning iconWarning: Funds lent through a peer-to-peer website are not covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) Please ensure you understand the risks.

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