In the previous post, we mentioned that The Money and Pensions Service has published a guide for peer to peer lending guide for investors.
The Money and Pensions Service has also published a Peer to peer lending guide with useful information for anyone interested in borrowing from a peer to peer lending platform including:
- What is peer to peer lending?
- Pros of peer to peer lending
- Cons of peer to peer lending
- How much do peer to peer loans cost?
- How do you apply for a peer to peer loan?
- Things to be aware of when applying for a peer to peer loan
You can find The Money and Pensions Service’s peer to peer lending guide for borrowers here.
To find out more on how to borrower through LandlordInvest, please visit our dedicated site for borrowers or to get in touch with us directly to discuss how we could help you with your funding requirements.
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