LandlordInvest has processed £5,008,467.57 in secondary market sales since it launched the feature in May 2017.
The exact data, as of close of play 13 April 2023, shows that 9,060 transactions had taken place in that time, which the lender hailed as underlining the strong liquidity of the marketplace.
Sale amount was an average of £552.81 with the highest being £56,725 and lowest being the minimum allowed of £100.
To date 284 unique accounts have made a sale on the platform’s secondary market, while 375 unique accounts have made a purchase.
In June 2020, LandlordInvest made it possible to optionally offer loan parts for sale at a discount so that they might try to expedite a sale if required.
However, demand is so high on the secondary market that since the new feature was made available only 140 completed sales with a value of £53,847.57 have leveraged it.
This accounts for just 4.3 per cent of the 3,256 transactions since the feature was released and only 2.5 per cent of their £2,189,330.57 total value.
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A table of transaction frequency distribution by month revealed that, while there was a small peak in transaction volumes in March, to 905, the busiest time was late summer with a peak of 1,147 in August, falling to 1,001 in September and then 1,068 in October.
The numbers then fall sharply in November and December, to 551 and 420 respectively.
The slight surge in March is thought to have been down to the approaching year end.