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Property Investing with Relendex

Relendex
Lily Bridgwood
Written by Lily Bridgwood

About Relendex


By dividing loans into many parts Relendex allows smaller investors to participate in quality property loans. They specialise in lending against residential and commercial developments as well as investment property provided they are income-producing. Typically for live loans, the loan period is between 12-24 months with rates up to 10%.  Capital Protection is always their priority. Their experienced lending team selects a small number of quality loan requirements that meet their strict lending criteria.

How Does Relendex Work?


Firstly an investor will need to complete the registration form on their website where they collect some basic information in order to conduct their Anti-Money Laundering/Know-Your-Customer checks. Once their account has been approved, they will be able to transfer funds into their Lender account. Finally, they will be able to bid on live loans on the Auction Marketplace that suit their risk appetite. Alternatively they can purchase Loan Parts from their Resale Marketplace that can potentially start earning interest immediately.

Why Invest with Relendex?


As a peer-to-peer lending platform, their lean operational structure allows us to pass on the lion’s share of the interest to Lenders. Their extensive due diligence carried out by their Lending Team utilises a process and methodology designed by the former head of banking at the Rothschild Banking Group. Relendex aims to deliver a good return and the investment is secured against independently valued real estate assets.

Please visit Relendex for more information on their investment opportunities. Your Capital is At Risk. 

About the author

Lily Bridgwood

Lily Bridgwood

Lily is the Partnerships Associate at OFF3R. She has previous work experience in both the corporate and start-up environments. She joined the OFF3R team in October having recently graduated with First-Class Honours in International Business from the University of Edinburgh.