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What are ‘whole loans’?

Whole loans are loans which are purchased in full, typically by large institutional investors and not by individual investors.

It is not possible for individual loan parts to be purchased, as is the case with ‘partial loans’ that are currently listed on the marketplace. You can view what loans are funded by a large institutions by downloading the loanbook on the statistics page. 

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