Peer to Peer Investing in India
CrowdBazaar connects lenders and borrowers

With Peer to Peer Investing, individuals and businesses can obtain loans directly from other individuals. Without the traditional Financial Institutions as middlemen, this alternative method of financing makes the process easy with fewer restrictions and conditions.

What is Peer to Peer Investing?

Peer to Peer Investing is the practice of investing money in notes issued by borrowers who request a loan without going to a traditional financial intermediary. This kind of investment happens on a web-based platform where the platform facilitates the interaction between the borrower and the potential investors. 

Peer to peer lending is a type of debt financing that enables individuals to lend money without using an official institution as an intermediary. Anyone can raise funds in the form of a loan on our peer to peer investing platform.

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Why invest at CrowdBazaar?

High Returns

High Returns

Get high returns on your investments through us
High-quality P2P Loans

High-quality P2P Loans

Each loan undergoes a strict analysis before getting approved
Collection and Recovery

Collection and Recovery

Free Collection and recovery support on our platform
Transparent and Secure

Transparent and Secure

High data security and safety standards keep data protected

Why borrow at CrowdBazaar?

Low-interest Rates

Low-interest Rates

Get loans at attractive low-interest rates
No Payment Penalty

No Payment Penalty

Borrowers can prepay loans at their convenience without charges
Quick and Hasse-free

Quick and Hasse-free

Seamless experience throughout the process
Funding in a Few days

Funding in a Few days

Attract funding from a large pool of investors on CrowdBazaar

About Debt Financing

The Basics

Debt Financing means when a firm raises money for working capital or capital expenditures in the form of a secured or unsecured loan, by selling bonds, bills, or notes to individual and/or institutional investors. Businesses mostly use this type of financing to maintain ownership percentages and lower their taxes.
Debt financing is borrowing money from a third party, that is usually a financial institution, with the promise to return the principal along with an agreed interest. Startup companies and smaller firms use debt as a way to leverage their operations and maintain ownership of their business.

The Instruments

Peer-to-Peer Lending
Peer-to-Business Lending
Commercial or Bank Loan
Warrants
Bonds, Certificates of Deposit, and Commercial Paper

Frequently Asked Questions

For Lenders

What is Peer to Peer (P2P) lending?
Who can lend on a P2P platform?
How does P2P lending benefit lenders?
Can a lender become an investor through P2P lending?
What’s the maximum amount and duration for lending?
Why should lenders pay a fee to invest their own money?
What is the expected rate of return?
What happens in case of delayed or non-payment by borrowers?

For Borrowers

Who can borrow on P2P lending platform?
How can I register on the platform?
What are the documents required?
Why should I pay the listing fees before getting the loan?
What is the maximum amount you can borrow?
What is the loan tenure?
Can I pre-pay my EMI? Can I repay my loan early? Are there any charges?
What is the expected rate of interest?

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