What is a p2p loan?

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About P2P Loans — and More [Infographic]

  • April 7th, 2011
  • Dan Bischoff

peer to peer loans

With P2P loans, individuals can borrow money from ordinary people. Lenders compete with each other to offer loans in an Ebay like manner. For borrowers, it often results in lower interest rates than typical unsecured loans from financial institutions.

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  • Dan Bischoff

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  1. This is similar to a construct and intent that we have placed into our development projections: business to venture support. Financial as well as advisory participation. Get in there and get your hands dirty actually participating, not just hanging around the sidelines tossing in complaints that “It’s not perfect.” It is our considered view that there has been a distinct lack and accompanying need for such from the free-market/business side. Leaving financial and economic development to the hands of quasi-governmental agencies is to give the keys to the car over to a collector. They don’t intend to see this thing on the road- they want to study it to “death-by-obsolescence”. This is simply economic suppression by entities that have no rightful standing to be abled to do such.