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If you are not familiar with the new, innovative "peer lending" space, please read on.
"One of the Web's most intriguing trends is the rise of peer-to-peer lending communities"
-- Business Week
"Peer-to-peer lending is here to stay."
-- Forrester Research
"The innovation: peer-to-peer lending
The disrupted: traditional banks"
-- CNN Money
You can read more quotes about Peer Lending here.
Peer (one-to-one or many-to-one) loan making sites are getting to be pretty hot. People sign on to the sites as investors or those looking for a loan. Those needing a loan make their case to the investors and generally groups of people make the loan to their "peer."
Zopa.com provides an example of a UK company that does this, see how it's growing, and see how popular it is. Read the many news articles on their site about this new lending phenomenon. More future sites like this will be looking for keyword rich names like this one.
This name says it all -- PeerLoan.com -- it cannot get any better with only 8 characters contain both important keywords!
You can view the current status of the auction, and place a bid on it, on this page:
(If the link does not work, simply go to Sedo and search the Domain Auctions for PeerLoan.com.)
The auction ends Dec/06/06 02:04 PM EST.
I just checked for other names in this space. Just about anything you can imagine close to it is reg, including net, org, info and biz, "peertopeep", "peer2peer", "p2p", "loans", "lending", "financing" and more is taken.
I chekced what was for sale one Sedo; here are some minimum bids for the ones I found:
My superior name PeerLoan.com is at $1,050 as I write this.
Received second bid, now that it's on auction! Next bid is $1100.
update 11/30/06 4:00 pm
Well, I just made an offer on Peertopeerlending.info and he wanted $7500.
I think my PeerLoan.com is priced way to low!
Last edited by slobizman; 11-30-2006 at 06:28 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
Three days left! Don't plan on last minute bidding and then forget to go do it.