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Hi Guys

 

I live in private rented accommodation (since 2011) but I own 5 properties and would like to raise a small amount of finance against one of my properties (£5k - £10k) that has equity of around £100k. I am a self employed landlord and would appreciate any recommendations for a hassle-free way to raise a small loan. I'm fine with the lender taking out a first charge and I want to be able to repay early without any penalties. I don't want to have to submit accounts for such a small loan because I would be an idiot to risk losing a 2b flat in London that I've owned since 2008 hence why I'm looking for a "hassle-free" way to raise the loan as quickly as possible. My credit score is average and I'm happy to send the potential lender copies of these. Can anyone recommend a legitimate private lender or know of a good company I could contact?

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