Haiyan Huang from Prosper notes that in January 2022, approximately 57% of loan originations “were rated AA-B.”
The company further noted that the average loan size in January “increased by 4% month-over-month.” The Prosper team also mentioned that the median monthly payment on Prosper loan to Income (PTI) ratio for January “remained relatively flat month-over-month at 5.34%.”
The weighted average borrower rate for January originations “remained stable month-over-month,” Prosper’s management confirmed.
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As explained by the company, the Prosper Performance Updates are designed to help their investor community “better understand performance trends and to provide important insights into the trends [they] are seeing and the information needed to invest through the Prosper platform.”
As covered, Alto Solutions, Inc., the self-directed IRA platform making it easy and affordable for individuals to invest in alternative assets via tax-advantaged retirement funds, announced the company’s partnership with Prosper Marketplace, Inc., an online marketplace for consumer loans.
Users of the Alto IRA platform may use their IRA funds “to invest in loans originated through Prosper’s online marketplace lending platform.” Prosper connects people who want to borrow money with individuals and institutions that “want to invest in consumer credit, thereby facilitating access to credit for borrowers and offering attractive returns for investors.”
John Goldston, VP of Capital Markets at Prosper, stated:
“As a self-directed IRA provider, Alto has a strong reputation for its easy online account setup, transparent pricing, and excellent client service. We’re excited by this opportunity to integrate with Alto and join the firm’s growing list of leading investment partners.”
Since 2006, Prosper has facilitated over $20 billion in peer-to-peer loans to over 1,180,000 people across America. Fixed-rate, fixed-term loans “offer stable returns for investors with a tolerance for more risk than lower yielding credits.” Personal loans are just one more option for Alto users “to diversify their asset allocation and achieve the financial future they want.”