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Kansas now is open to Borrowers!

by Prosper on 11/13/09

Effective today, Prosper welcomes back Kansas Borrowers – we are now open for business for again.

Prosper is available to borrowers in the following states: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming.


  • Phred

    I believe your states list here is inaccurate. I know for sure Texas is not currently on the “allowed” list.

  • George Jetson

    How many defaults do you expect from the first month in Kansas?

  • http://blog.prosper.com Prosper Blog

    Prosper is open for Borrowers in Kansas. Unfortuntately not for Lenders.

  • Todd Ellison

    When will Iowa be back for lending and borrowing

  • http://blog.prosper.com Prosper Blog

    @Todd Ellison
    We are working on getting all states approved for lenders and borrowers. Read here for more details:
    http://blog.prosper.com/2009/07/20/prosper-is-working-hard-to-gain-access-for-investors-in-all-states/

  • graydog111

    I called Oklahoma’s Attorney General and left my favorable opinion of Prosper and recommended he allow Prosper to do business in this state. It probably didn’t help much, but it could not have hurt.

  • Mike Paone

    when will NJ be available, a message pops up and says it is not available but the map shows it is

  • lynn

    if AZ is now avalible how come when i log in it still sayes not avalible in AZ

  • monopolyman2

    When will Pennsylvania be reopened for Lenders? It has been almost a year. Who do I beat on to get some action?

  • Carla Porter

    Can you have a co signer?

  • Brad M

    It’s interesting how many states allow their residents to borrow money with Prosper, but will not allow their residents to lend money with Prosper. From the look of the maps, Iowa will be the last state for either.

  • Boomer Lender

    I have been a lender in Kansas and am very happay with Prosper and results. Where can I find information as to when Kansas lending will be allowed? Are there any legislators we can write to about this matter?

  • Chris A.

    I think when they say that Texas is “eligible”, they only mean for borrowing, but, unfortunately not for lending…I am still getting the message that “Prosper is not available to lenders in Texas” when I try to register my personal information. I really hope this changes soon…


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