April 24, 2018

Putting Finance First: Those who understand the problem are best placed to fix it

Ministers must recognise the opportunity presented by alternative finance to enrich the housing sector by financing the complex or custom developments

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April 19, 2018

LendInvest Report: Putting Finance First

LendInvest is putting the government on notice to improve access to finance for property SMEs. Today we have launched a new report entitled Putting Finance First: the alternative route to funding Britain’s SME housebuilders, recognising that while the government is trying to help improve the outlook for property SMEs, not enough is being done to...

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April 18, 2018

Landlords: remembering your responsibilities under new banning orders

A reminder of landlords’ responsibilities following banning orders’ introduction, which gives councils power to ban them from running a letting business

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April 10, 2018

Why tackling the construction skills shortage is only the first step

It’s no secret that there is a skills shortage in the construction sector. It was one of the big talking points during the lead-up to the EU Referendum after all, the worries that a Leave vote would see the swathes of EU nationals that building firms rely upon departing these shores. But the scale of...

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March 29, 2018

LendInvest contributes to APPG Report: ‘An Inquiry into Support for Small Housebuilders’

The All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Small and Micro Business has published ‘An Inquiry into Support for Small Housebuilders’, supported by the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB). This report calls ‘Dedicated Strategy for Small Housebuilders’ to address the key challenges holding small housebuilders back from ramping up the number of new homes built each...

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March 22, 2018

LendInvest responds to signing of the FinTech Bridge between the UK and Australia

Our CEO responds to the signing of a FinTech bridge between the UK and Australia as part of a government attempt to drive innovation forward

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March 21, 2018

LendInvest features in LSE Finance for Fintech Report

Today the London Stock Exchange (LSE) has launched its Finance for Fintech research report, to which LendInvest has contributed. The LSE, with YouGov, interviewed more than 400 fintech companies across eight countries – Australia, Germany, Hong Kong, Israel, Singapore, Turkey, UK and USA – about their growth plans and how they will finance growth. This research provides important...

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March 16, 2018

Improve your property’s energy efficiency ahead of the MEES

As the date for the Government’s new Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) approaches, consider making preparations to get a head start on obtaining that ideal Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating. From 1st April, residential landlords will be required to have an EPC rating of E or higher, or risk a hefty fine. If your property...

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March 16, 2018

TDD is not about testing

Author: Leonardo Proietti, Software Development Manager in Engineering @ LendInvest We’re test lovers here at LendInvest. Having a few experienced TDD practitioners amongst our ranks, testing for us is simply a good way to write clean, working code. During our hiring process, we ask each candidate to solve a problem related to our domain, getting them to...

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March 13, 2018

LendInvest's response to the Spring Statement

Today the Chancellor delivered the first Spring Statement, making up for the absence of his red book with promises of a balanced approach to economic recovery, supported by wage growth and a decreased inflation. From a property market perspective, the absence of a major policy shakeup in the chancellor’s statement today is precisely what the...

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