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P2P Lender Landbay to Fund Keystone Buy to Let Mortgages. Expects to Lend £200 Million through 2016

Yesterday Keystone announced its three-year funding agreement with Aldermore Bank, had ended. Today it has formed a partnership with Landbay to lend and estimated £200 million through Keystone in 2016. This is significant boost for Landbay, a company that has been in operation a bit over… Read More

Landbay Lands Largest Institutional Finance Credit Line to Date in UK in P2PLending at £250 Million / Year

Landbay is leapfrogging other, more senior, peer to peer lending platforms in the UK by lining up a sizable credit line. According to company representatives, the young P2P lender that focuses on mortgage lending has negotiated an impressive £250 million wholesale funding line to be… Read More

Landbay Hires New COO as P2P Lending Business Grows

Peer to peer mortgage lender Landbay has appointed Julian Cork as Chief Operating Officer. Julian has been hired aid in the rapid growth being experienced by the funding platform. He will be joining co-founders John Goodall and Gray Stern in the buy to let focused… Read More

Peer to Peer Lender Landbay Announces New Standards in “Openness”

Landbay, a peer to peer lender that focuses on buy-to-let mortgages, with all loans asecured against tenanted, existing UK residential property, has announced a “new standard of openness”.  Landbay will now share publicly a range of data associated with its direct lending platform. The information will… Read More

Report from Landbay: Lending to Buy-to-Let landlords Offers a Low Risk Alternative to Other P2P Platforms

Landbay, a peer to peer lending platform that targets the buy-to-let market (or rental real estate sector), has commissioned a research report provided by Wriglesworth Consultancy to review their market niche.  The publication titled Democratizing Mortgage Lending has just been released. The published results, as… Read More

Brief: P2P Platform Landbay Offers Lenders £50 Christmas Bonus

Peer to peer lending platform Landbay is incentivizing “savers” this Holiday season by offering up a £50 “John Lewis”voucher for any new or existing customer who deposits £2000 or more in their Landbay account by December 19th.  Presently all lending on Landbay is into buy-to-let… Read More

Landbay Partners with Omni, Raises £1.5 Million for Growth

Landbay, a peer to peer lending platform that targets “buy to let” mortgages has gone quickly from crowdfunding success on Seedrs to established platform.  Last month Landbay joined the UK Peer to Peer Finance Association (P2PFA) a membership that is viewed as a seal of… Read More

Landbay, a P2P Property Lending Platform, Joins P2PFA

UK based Landbay has joined the Peer to Peer Finance Association (P2PFA) becoming the latest member to adhere by the standards set by the advocacy group.  Landbay has targeted a segment of the real estate sector by lending against occupied housing.  The peer lender has differentiated… Read More

Peer-to-Peer Crowdfunding Site Landbay Open for Business

Peer-to-peer (P2P) site Landbay announced last week that it was no longer in beta and now is available for the wider public. The young company is a finance option for the UK’s  savers and investors who have struggled to secure low risk returns on rates… Read More

P2P Lender Landbay Opens Doors to UK Consumers

The Beta launch of Landbay was announced today.  The young company is a new peer-to-peer (P2P) finance option for the UK’s frustrated savers and investors who have long struggled to secure low risk returns at rates above inflation, whether from cash accounts, savings accounts, bonds or other… Read More

Peer-to-Peer Crowdfunding site LandBay Raises Capital on Seedrs

Peer-to-Peer lending platform Landbay, which wants to facilitate secured commercial property loans, is using equity crowdfunding platform Seedrs to raise capital and they are offering 7.5% of the company for £50,000. Pre-money valuation places that company at £616,667. Landbay is prepping to launch the platform… Read More

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