Our service is tailored to make the process of selling homes easy and simple. When a vendor contacts us, we look to make an offer within 24 hours. If the offer is accepted, we aim to complete within 7-14 days. On average, properties are bought for 80% of the market value and we then hope to sell them for 95% of the market value within 90 days. Vendors pay no commission and we cover their legal costs.
We currently have two loan offerings live on the site. They are rated A+ or A, being the two best risk ratings, and have a fixed return of 8 per cent and 9 per cent return A gross yield of 8 per cent equates to a return of 7 per cent net of our fees, and 9 per cent is 8 per cent net. If you invest via our Innovative Finance Individual Savings Account (ISA – see below for a step-by-step guide to how this works) you will receive the income tax-free. All loans on site are eligible for inclusion in a Money&Co. ISA. If you do not have a Money&Co. ISA yet, please click on the ISA application tab on the Home page and fill in the form. You will need your National Insurance number. The ISA allowance for 2017/18 is £20,000 and you must commit funds by midnight on 5 April or you will lose your ISA allowance for this year. For full detail on the process, see below.
A Process Guide To Innovative Finance ISA InvestmentOur offering is an Innovative Finance ISA (IFISA) that can hold the peer-to-peer (P2P) business loans that Money&Co. facilitates. For the purposes of this article, the terms ISA and IFISA are interchangeable. So here's our guide to the process:
Risk: Security, Access, YieldDo consider not just the return, but the security and the ease of access to your investment. We write regularly about these three key factors. Here's one of several earlier articles on security, access and yield. It's relatively easy to logon to our site and register to become a lender. But if that's all too new-fangled, you can call us on 020 3143 4004 or write to Money&Co., 58 Glentham Road, London SW13 9JJ. We'll then send you an ISA Brochure, and ISA Transfer Authority form (if you want to transfer monies from a Cash ISA) and a Freepost envelope. Then it's just a question of following your nose to get that income...