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LendInvest launches new broker website


LendInvest has launched a new website for mortgage intermediaries.

The website,, is designed to simplify broker access to information about LendInvest’s products and services.

The new site gives information including:

  • Interest rates
  • Maximum and minimum loan sizes
  • Maximum loan-to-value
  • Maximum loan-to-gross development value and loan-to-cost ratio (for development finance)
  • Maximum loan terms
  • Arrangement fee
  • Early redemption fee
  • Exit fees (where applicable)
  • Accepted locations

LendInvest head of distribution Matthew Tooth says: “Our website makes life easier for mortgage intermediaries, giving them everything they need in the format they want it, in order to do business with us.”



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