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26 Mar 2019

Only a few days left to use your 2018/19 ISA allowance

Just a reminder that there are only a few days left for you to use your ISA allowance of £20,000. When you put your money into an ISA, you don’t pay any tax on interest earned. You may find further ISA guidance on GOV.UK. Funds deposited do not have to be invested before April 5 to keep this year's ISA allowance. Please remember that if you want...

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22 Mar 2019

Improvements to the secondary market and My Investments table

This week we've released an improvement to the way secondary market transactions are processed. Each investor account will now have only one loan part per loan. Sales decrease the loan part amount and purchases increase it, along with the correct pending interest schedule. This replaces the previous system whereby every loan part that was bought...

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18 Feb 2019

Best Innovative Finance ISAs for the 2018/19 tax year – Lovemoney.com

We are delighted that Lovemoney.com, Mirror Online's official money partner and an independent, personal finance site has included LandlordInvest’s IFISA on the list of the Best Innovative Finance ISAs for the 2018/19 tax year! According to Lovemoney.com; "Peer-to-peer lenders offer eye-catching rates, and best of all you can protect returns from...

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18 Dec 2018

Season’s greetings from LandlordInvest!

We would like to take this opportunity to wish all our customers a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Christmas Opening Times We will remain open for the duration of the Christmas break, excluding bank holidays, if you need to contact us please call 020 7406 1491 or email at investor@landlordinvest.com. Christmas Eve: Open 12:00 –...

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17 Dec 2018

InnovativeFinanceISA.org.uk's review of our IFISA

InnovativeFinanceISA.org.uk, an IFISA comparison site, has published an review of LandlordInvest’s IFISA. The conclusion is that LandlordInvest IFISA offers a good option for those looking for short term investment and as it’s a very simple model that allows investors to get started for as little as £100, it might be good for those looking for...

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2 Nov 2018

Our CEO is one of the 50 most influential people in the UK’s P2P industry

Peer2Peer Finance News, the UK’s first and leading peer-to-peer finance magazine, has published it's annual list of the 50 most influential people in the UK’s P2P sector: The Peer2Peer Finance News Power 50 2018. To compile the P2P Power 50 list, they have consulted industry stakeholders including big names from the platforms, government,...

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17 Oct 2018

RLC Ventures speak about their investment in LandlordInvest

One of our first investors, Reece Chowdhry, Founder and CEO of RLC Ventures, has been interviewed by Crowdcube, one of the world’s leading equity crowdfunding platforms. Reece speaks about what he looks for in a new investment opportunity, how he came by LandlordInvest and decided to invest into us and general thoughts about the P2P lending...

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8 Oct 2018

The Five Minute Interview with our CEO, Filip Karadaghi

Bridging Loan Directory, an online directory is aimed at IFAs, brokers and lenders has published a interview with our CEO, Filip Karadaghi. Filip speak about his views on the bridging finance industry and also reveals several personal details. The interview is reproduced below and also available in full here. With a pragmatic approach where each...

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17 Sep 2018

LandlordInvest joins Bridging Loan Directory

We are happy to announce that we have joined Bridging Loan Directory, an online directory is aimed at IFAs, brokers and lenders that are serious about securing fast and effective solutions for short term finance. Our CEO, Filip Karadaghi, said: “We are delighted to have joined bridingloandirectory.co.uk. Being one of the first fully FCA...

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20 Aug 2018

LandlordInvest mentioned by The Times

In a article, entitled "Look at your peers if you want better returns", The Times writes an article about P2P lending and how higher returns could be available to investors compared to keeping savings in a bank or building societies (although with a higher risk). The article goes on stating that investors could potentially earn higher returns on...

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