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August 4, 2016

LendInvest welcomes first member of NACFB apprentice scheme

LendInvest is delighted to have Martin Neald in the office today. Martin is the first apprentice recruited to the National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers’ (NAFCB) apprentice scheme. It’s a terrific initiative, designed to help cultivate the next generation of commercial finance brokers and ensure that when participants finish the scheme they are trained to...

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August 3, 2016

Homeownership plummets but it’s not all doom and gloom

If you thought the housing crisis couldn’t get much worse, a new report from the Resolution Foundation think tank has just revealed some pretty scary findings. The barriers for first-time buyers in London have been well-documented, but the report makes clear that there are just as pronounced issues for people across Northern cities too. Greater...

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August 2, 2016

‘Leave’ towns prove the best investment for landlords

It was a result that few had predicted. With good reason? Or could more people have have known that 52% of the British public would vote to exit the EU? Perhaps journalists, pollsters and politicians should have turned to an unlikely litmus test in the search for answers: property. In the wake of the result, property...

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August 2, 2016

FinTech jargon buster: the innovation shaping the future of finance

Innovation is the mother of new words, which is why FinTech entrepreneurs are fast creating their own language from robo-advisers to digital wallets. Whether you’re a master of FinTech lingo or confused by it, this glossary will give you a firm grasp of the latest concepts and buzzwords in financial technology. You’ll get bitesize definitions for...

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July 29, 2016

Get to grips with life under the pension freedom regime

Welcome to the first in a series of blogs on pensions. We’re diving straight into the juicy topic of pension freedom. And if that tempting intro hasn’t got your attention, this just might… Few areas of personal finance have undergone such dramatic change in recent years as our pensions. These changes directly affect what money...

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July 20, 2016

#LondonIsOpen – and so is LendInvest

We set up LendInvest in London because of the strong UK property market, but more importantly, it’s the huge talent pool from across the world that makes London a truly global city. There are people from 18 countries who work at LendInvest (I am from Australia myself) and each bring in their own strengths to...

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July 20, 2016

Co-living. The future of housing for young professionals?

If you like the idea of minimal living with a community vibe, a cleaning service, co-working space and amenities, then co-living may well be for you.

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July 19, 2016

Brexit, four weeks later

It’s been almost a month since the UK voted to leave the EU, but we can all still feel the seismic shocks it caused. ‘Uncertainty’ has become a favoured word among media and politicians, and global markets are taking time to take stock of what a ‘new normal‘ may look like. At LendInvest, we are...

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July 19, 2016

LendInvest in the Press: Brexit, Credit Ratings and Getting Britain Building

Brexit The big story for everyone over the last month has been the result of the EU Referendum. Our response to the vote to Brexit was covered in the Financial Times, The Times and Financial News among others. You can read the statement from our Co-Founders Christian Faes and Ian Thomas here. Exciting appointments LendInvest...

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July 19, 2016

"People need homes to live in, and we don't have anywhere near enough": response to UK HPI

Our response to the latest HPI revealed that house prices rose 1.1% between April and May, with annual price growth standing at 8.1%.

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