Get a Personal Loan for Your Small Business
Looking for small business loans? Prosper can help you get personal loans to use for your small business.
Loans through Prosper are not traditional small business loans. Personal loans through Prosper are based on your credit score, and issued to you as an individual (not a business). For some small business owners needing loans, a personal loan won’t answer their needs—but for other entrepreneurs, it’s perfect. In some cases, such as when a business doesn’t yet have a proven track record, our small business loans can provide lower rates or even just the ability to get a loan.
Whether it’s a personal loan for a new business, a small business, or a larger, more established one, turn to Prosper for access to unsecured personal loans at the rates you’ve been searching for.
Get Personal Loans for your New Business
Do you have a great idea for a first time new business, but lack sufficient backing for a loan? We understand getting new business loans can be challenging, but we may be able to help you and your new business with the loans you need.
Turn to Prosper for access to unsecured loans at great rates. You won’t need to put up any collateral or refinance your home to get the funds you need. Personal loans for small business use are issued to you as an individual, and are dependent on your good credit. Because of this, Prosper can be great help for a new small business.
Need a Personal Loan for your Small Business?
Being your own boss in a small business often isn’t easy — but the rewards can be immeasurable. If you need loans for your small business, you’ve come to the right place.
One of the most difficult roadblocks to overcome can be finding the right small business loan at the great rate you need. And yet, small businesses provide the essential financial backbone in our local communities. At Prosper, we understand this.
Personal loans can be a sensible alternative to small business loans in situations where the small business doesn’t yet have a solid history of profit, or can’t currently provide the documentation and analysis a bank requires to consider a small business loan. The personal loan is issued to an individual—the business owner—based on their credit. It is ultimately their responsibility to pay back the loan.
Prosper is the right choice for Personal Loans for your Small Business
Prosper makes the entire process of getting loans for your new business or existing business easy. If you are new to Prosper, simply join as a borrower and request a loan by creating a listing. You choose the amount.
Why not apply now. It s easy to get loans, and posting a loan listing is absolutely free.
Can I obtain a loan with bad credit?
If you’re certain you have bad credit, Prosper may not be right for you at this time. Consider taking a few months to improve your credit rating, and then apply.
Do you need perfect credit to obtain a loan through Prosper? Not at all. Few of us have perfect credit. If you have average or above average credit, Prosper can be a terrific place to get access to low interest rate loans for you and your new business.
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There may be Prosper investors out there who are specifically targeting start-ups that need new business loans. We want to help you reach your dreams.
Does my credit score affect my loan?
Yes. If you are sure you have bad credit, you may want to consider improving it before you apply. If you are not sure if you d qualify, we can help you find out now. for free, with no obligation.
Choose the right fit for your business
*For example, a three year $10,000 loan with a rate of 5.99% APR would have 36 scheduled monthly payments of $302. A five year $10,000 loan with a rate of 9.68% APR would have 60 scheduled monthly payments of $201. Annual percentage rates (APRs) through Prosper range from 5.99% APR (AA) to 36.00% APR (HR) for first-time borrowers, with the lowest rates for the most creditworthy borrowers. Eligibility is not guaranteed, and requires that a sufficient number of investors commit funds to your account and that you meet credit and other conditions. Refer to Borrower Registration Agreement for details and all terms and conditions. All loans made by WebBank, member FDIC.
Notes offered by Prospectus. Notes investors receive are dependent for payment on unsecured loans made to individual borrowers. Not FDIC-insured; investments may lose value; no Prosper or bank guarantee. Prosper does not verify all information provided by borrowers in listings. Investors should review the prospectus before investing.
All personal loans are made by WebBank, member FDIC. Loans are unsecured, fully amortized personal loans.
Notes are not guaranteed or FDIC insured, and investors may lose some or all of the principal invested. Investors should carefully consider these and other risks and uncertainties before investing. This and other information can be found in the prospectus. Investors should consult their financial advisor if they have any questions or need additional information.
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**All personal loans are made by WebBank, member FDIC. All Prosper personal loans are unsecured, fully amortized personal loans.
Notes offered by Prospectus. Notes investors receive are dependent for payment on personal loans to borrowers. Not FDIC-insured; Investments may lose value; No Prosper or bank guarantee. Prosper does not verify all information provided by borrowers in listings. Investors should review the prospectus before investing.
*Seasoned Return calculations represent historical performance data for the Borrower Payment Dependent Notes (”Notes”) issued and sold by Prosper since July 15, 2009. To be included in the calculations, Notes must be associated with a borrower loan originated more than 10 months ago; this calculation uses loans originated through May 31, 2012. Our research shows that Prosper Note returns historically have shown increased stability after they’ve reached ten months of age. For that reason, we provide “Seasoned Returns”, defined as the Return for Notes aged 10 months or more.
To calculate the Return, all payments received on borrower loans, net of principal repayment, credit losses, and servicing costs for such loans, are aggregated and then divided by the average daily amount of aggregate outstanding principal. To annualize this cumulative return, it is divided by the dollar-weighted average age of the loans in days and then multiplied by 365.
All calculations were made as of September 30th, 2013. Seasoned Return is not necessarily indicative of the future performance on any Notes.
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