Tagged: buy-to-let

LendInvest Partners With Mortgage Technology Expert Mortgage Brain to Bring Buy-to-Let Product to Wider Audience

UK-based marketplace lending platform LendInvest announced last week it has formed a new partnership with mortgage technology expert, Mortgage Brain, to bring its Buy-to-Let product to a wider audience of intermediaries as it seeks to continue to expand its distribution panel.  According to LendInvest, Mortgage Brain’s first… Read More

Scaling: Online Property Marketplace LendInvest Lends £83 Million in December

Online property lender LendInvest is reporting their best month ever in December. According to the platform, £83 million was lent for UK properties during the month. LendInvest receives the backing of both retail and professional investors. LendInvest said the record-breaking amount of originations was fueled by several changes… Read More

LendInvest Sees Opportunity in Buy to Let Outside London

LendInvest, an online marketplace for mortgages, has published the latest LendInvest Buy-to-Let Index report. The quarterly BTL Indes reviews 105 postcodes in England and Wales ranking four different characteristics: Rental Price Growth, Rental Yield, Transaction Volume, Capital Value Growth. According to LendInvest, key findings for… Read More

LendInvest Debuts Exclusive Five-Year Fix Product Through Buy to Let Club

Following the recent changes on its marketplace lending platform, UK-based LendInvest announced the launch of an exclusive five-year fix product through the lender’s Buy to Let Club. The lender reported that the product is Designed for landlords who wish to utilize a higher fee, lower… Read More

LendInvest Product Changes: Removes Debenture & Reduces ICR Assessment Rates For Buy-to-Let Loans

UK-based marketplace platform for mortgages LendInvest recently announced it has removed its debenture and floating charge to its Buy-to-Let (BTL) loan product. The online lender reported that it will no longer require a debenture or floating charge on limited company applications. According to LendInvest, as part of its… Read More

LendInvest Debuts First Official BTL Legal Panel Six Months After Product Launch

LendInvest announced on Thursday it has named firms JMW Solicitors LLP and Lightfoots Solicitors as its first official panel of solicitors for its Buy-to-Let product. According to the online lender, JMW Solicitors is one of the North West’s leading full-service law firms, with significant experience in handling… Read More

LendInvest Announces Launch of Buy-to-Let Online Calculator for Intermediaries

On Tuesday, LendInvest announced the launch of its new buy-to-let (BTL) online calculator for intermediaries. According to LendInvest, the calculator is considered the latest in a series of ongoing improvements to the lender’s online calculators, aimed at making the loan application process as easy and straightforward… Read More

LendInvest Announces 200 Buy-to-Let National Broker Panel

LendInvest, announced on Tuesday the formation of a national broker panel, comprising more than 200 brokers, packagers, and other deal introducers, following the launch of its buy-to-let (BTL) product in late November 2017. The lender stated: “LendInvest BTL mortgages are only available via intermediaries who… Read More

LendInvest Launches Buy-to-Let Loans for Professional Landlords & Investors in England, Wales, & Scotland

LendInvest, a specialist property finance lender, announced on Thursday it has launched a buy-to-let (BTL) loan product targeted at experienced, professional property investors and landlords operating in England, Wales and Scotland. According to the platform, BTL loans are available for amounts between £50,000 and £5… Read More

Big News: Citi Provides Warehouse Facility to LendInvest in Buy to Let Expansion

LendInvest, a Fintech marketplace platform for property finance, has agreed a long-term warehouse facility with Citi boosting its entry into the UK’s £40 billion buy-to-let (BTL) market. Under the terms of the financing, Citi will provide a funding line to LendInvest that will be used… Read More

CEO of Assetz Capital Stuart Law Criticizes UK Government’s Approach to Boost Housing Market

The UK housing market has struggled for years as high demand has challenged supply. The markets have reacted naturally by driving housing costs up. Home buyers and renters have struggled to keep up. London has become one of the most expensive property markets in the… Read More

Property Partner Tops £50 Million in Buy-to-Let Funding

Property Partner, a buy-to-let online marketplace launched in 2015, has surpassed £50 million in funding. The peer to peer lender also shared interesting statistics regarding platform performance, including: The number of investors has increased 57% to 10,361 in 12 months £12.5 million of property has… Read More

HomeUnion Ranks Highest Growth Single Family Rental Markets. Seattle Tops the List

Online real estate management firm, HomeUnion, has published a list of single-family rental (SFR) rental markets in the US that pinpoints the highest growth markets. According to their data, Seattle tops the list, with house rent growth of 6.7 percent.  On the other end of the… Read More

Proplend Asks: Is it Time to Let Go on Buy to Let?

This week, online marketplace for commercial property loans, Proplend, asked an important question: Is it time to let go on buy to let? The website stated in its blog: “In our article on 26th November 2015, just after the Autumn Statement, we briefly summarised the… Read More

Buy-to-Let Index: LendInvest Shares Industry Trends

LendInvest, the world’s largest P2P mortgage platform, has published its UK Buy to Let (BTL) Index tracking the changes in yields, gains and trends. LendInvest is incorporating data since 2010 to help highlight perspective.  According to the company, there persists interesting differences within regional UK markets…. Read More

Brief: Elevate Capital Picks Profile Software to Power Peer-to-Peer Lending

Young buy-to-let lender Elevate Capital is using Profile Software‘s peer-to-peer lending solution. Profile has created FMS.Next, an online banking solution, that can power P2P lending platforms. Elevate launched in early 2015 and has been slowly ramping operations. According to a statement provided by Profile, “Elevate,… Read More

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