Growth Street highlights a potential solution to Brexit uncertainty for investor's portfolios. P2P lending and, specifically, secured lending, could be the answer.P2P lenders, Assetz Capital and LendingCrowd, have launched their own cashback offers. Invest with Orca and you qualify as well as diversify your portfolio.A review of Orca's 2018 achievement and plans for 2019. We interviewed Brickowner's CEO, Frederick Bristol, to find out more about this young but growing 'property investment platform'. Launched last year, Brickowner facilitates investment in asset-backed property loans.Part of the easyGroup, easyMoney offers investors exposure to property loans returning 4-8% per annum. We review this new entrant to the peer to peer lending market.The UK’s three largest consumer lending P2P platforms Zopa, RateSetter and Lending Works have all raised investor rates in the past year.Full loan book analysis of peer to peer lending platform, Octopus Choice, reviewing investor returns, default rates, borrower, security as well as full drill-down into the product and provider.Growth Street is a peer to peer lending platform which facilitates short-term, 30 days loans to businesses for lines of credit. The expected return is 5.3% and all loans are secured. Here is our Growth Street review.Proplend has introduced an 'Auto-Lend' product alongside its 'Manual' product. Investors can now manually select loans as well as have any available cash swept and automatically allocated to the least risky loans. Here are the details.Orca are giving away free Amazon Echo Dots for those who invest with us from today (26th of October 2018) until midnight on Halloween (31st of October 2018). Invest at any level to receive this treat.ThinCats is a well-known, established peer to peer lender in the UK which offers business loans to institutions and retail investors. They've broadened their product-set, launching a pre-built portfolio to accompany their 'self-select' option.We’ve been speaking with financial advisers* for over a year, trying to understand why they struggle to get to grips with peer to peer lending (P2P).