We’ve introduced you to Liz our Chief Technology Officer and you’ve read all about Oliver’s role as one of the software developers at LendInvest, so you should have a good grasp on what it’s like to be part of the tech team here at LendInvest. This week we meet with Audrey who is part of…
In Part 1 of our Guide to Bridging Finance we discussed the reasons why a borrower may require a real estate bridging loan and Part 2 looked at the different types of bridging loans available. The final part of our Guide to Bridging Finance series identifies the terms often using in relation to Bridging Finance.
In our Guide to Bridging Finance Part. 1 we shared with you a definition for Bridging and discussed the reasons why a borrower may require a real estate bridging loan. In part 2 we’re looking at the different types of bridging loans available, including;
LendInvest are the only online mortgage lenders to be members of the Association of Short Term Lenders.
In a recent interview with Silicon Real, LendInvest Co-Founder Christian Faes spoke about how we use digital analysis in our underwriting processes.
Bridging finance is a short-term loan that allows the borrower a period of time, before refinancing the loan. That is, it provides a ‘bridge’ for the borrower. The following article will act as a guide to bridging finance as a short-term funding option.
We’re delighted to showcase August’s issue of Mortgage Introducer. LendInvest Co-Founders, Christian Faes and Ian Thomas are this month’s ‘cover stars’ of this leading publication for the mortgage industry.
Following on from our interview with Liz, our new Chief Technology Officer we thought it would be a nice idea to introduce you to more members of the LendInvest team.
The borrower had successfully bid for a property purchase, and required funding within 28 days to complete the purchase.
The borrower was a dot.com entrepreneur, that required a quick cash-flow injection for his internet start-up business. The borrower had an unencumbered flat in St Johns Wood, that he used as security for the loan.