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Lendy's Press Office promotes the work of Lendy and the role that the P2P/crowdfunding sector plays in the property market and UK economy today. In our Media Centre you will find our latest news releases, articles, and blogs. You can also download images, graphics and other content.

Lendy launches new ‘Property Pulse’

April 18 2017: Lendy, Europe’s leading peer to peer secured lending platform, is launching The Lendy Property Pulse (‘the LPP’) as a simple way of tracking the key drivers of the UK residential property market – a key indicator of the health of the U…

£1m mortgages increase by 24% in just one year

New mortgages worth over £1m total nearly £9bn last year as banks ignore developers

The number of new residential mortgages worth over £1 million went up by 24% last year*, as banks continue to favour lending to owner-occupiers and reduce lending to …

Lendy to bring lender-facing platform Saving Stream under Lendy brand

P2P property lending group Lendy to bring lender-facing platform Saving Stream under Lendy brand

· Lendy now Europe’s leading peer-to-peer property platform

· Launch of new brand and simplified interface for investors and borrowers

Lendy Ltd, Europe’…

Bad commercial property loans hit lowest level since credit crunch

Bad commercial property loans hit lowest level since credit crunch

– £846mn written off last year compared to £2.27bn in previous year

– Fall in bank lending providing better opportunities for P2P lenders

The value of bad bank loans to the commercial …


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We understand media deadlines, can help you develop your stories, and can quickly identify and contact the most appropriate spokesperson to provide expert comment.

We have a range of case studies from both lenders and borrowers that showcase the work we do and a wealth of facts and statistics on the mortgage and property market, banking and sector trends.

Our employees are advised to refer any direct approaches from journalists to the Press Office, so it is quicker to start here.

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