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October 02, 2018

LendInvest cuts Bridging rates and launches Bridge to Term product transition service

London, 02 October 2018 – LendInvest, the UK’s leading online platform for property finance, has reduced its rates across its Bridging product range and introduced a new Bridge to Term transition service.

The lender has cut rates on its Residential and Commercial Bridging, Development Exit and Auction Finance products. Monthly interest rates now start from 0.55% for Residential Bridging, Auction and Development Exit and 0.79% for Commercial Bridging.

A new Bridge to Term service has also been introduced that offers borrowers looking to purchase residential property at auction, undertake refurbishment or carry out minor development the opportunity to then switch to one of LendInvest’s Buy-to-Let mortgages.

This bespoke product transition process ensures that all of the borrower’s funding requirements are met at each stage of their project, while cutting back the cost, complication and time consumption usually associated with refinancing.

Matthew Tooth, Chief Commercial Officer at LendInvest, said: “As the business’ lending capital grows, we are able to be more agile and offer better rates. Cutting our Bridging rates in this way, supported by the depth of expertise within our BDM and underwriting teams, puts us in a highly competitive position when it comes to providing quotes for finance to intermediaries looking for the best deal for the borrower.”

To view the full updated product range, visit the LendInvest Product Guide.

About LendInvest

LendInvest (www.lendinvest.com) is the UK’s leading online platform for property finance and investing. Since launching in 2008, LendInvest has lent over £1.5 billion ($1.9 billion) to help buy, build or renovate over 5,000 homes across the UK.

LendInvest uses technology to provide borrowers with short-term bridging finance, development finance and Buy-To-Let; and investors that include retail investors (in our London Stock Exchange listed bond), investors on our Online Investment Platform and some of the world’s largest financial institutions, with stable income secured against property.

LendInvest is still majority owned by the founders and staff of the business, but has also raised equity from the same investors that founded Skype, and early investors in financial technology businesses like Klarna, Stripe and SoFi.

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