If you live in Kansas or North Carolina and want to take out a person-to-person (P2P) loan, then you’re in luck… Residents of both states are now eligible to borrow via Lending Club.
That brings to the number of states eligible for borrowing through Lending Club to 42. Only Idaho, North Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa, Illinois, Tennessee, Mississippi, and Maine residents are unable to borrow using the Lending Club platform.
I actually invested in Matt’s loan to the tune of $500 and earned a nice 9.32% return until he paid it off early. While writing this post, I shot Matt a quick IM to ask if he’d use Lending Club if he had to do it over.
Here’s his response:
“In hindsight, borrowing from Lending Club turned out to be the best decision we could have made. If I had to do it over again, I wouldn’t hesitate to borrow through them.”
3 Responses to “Lending Club Now Available to Borrowers in North Carolina and Kansas”
I live in MD as well and was unable to sign up for lending. This was about 3 weeks ago when I started reading your blog that I tried to do it. I haven’t been notified since that it is open, which I also was under the impression they would email if it became available.
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