Before getting into it, I would like to mention that my Lendermarket review is unbiased and only based on my own experience investing on the P2P platform as well as my personal opinion.
As usual, I’m going to be fully transparent about the amount I invested, my returns so far and my account balance on Lendermarket.
Today’s review will be slightly different, as it also includes some questions I asked Lendermarket over the past few weeks. So whenever you see quotes throughout the review, that’s Omayra Roig, the project manager of business developments at Lendermarket, answering my question.
I hope you’ll find the answers useful as well!
Over the course of October, I added SWAPER and Viainvest to my P2P portfolio.
In this post, I am going to share what got me interested in the two platforms in the first place, my experience so far, how I set up my AutoInvest and what I think both could improve.
It’s time for my latest P2P lending income update, this time for the month of September 2019!
As always, I am going to show you exactly how much I invested on each peer to peer lending platform, my deposits and my returns for the month.
Interest rates have sharply dropped since around mid July on Mintos, the platform with the largest allocation in my P2P portfolio. As a result, in this post I would like to talk about some Mintos alternatives that are still offering higher interest rates and show you where I’ve added more funds recently.
In addition, I thought it would be interesting to ask my good friend Bernhard Hummel, who has over 153.000€ invested in P2P lending and more experience than me in the market, about his opinion. You’ll find out what he’s doing in this situation and what he would do as an investor looking for alternatives to Mintos right now.