Prosper com Loan Ordering Feature Request | P2P Lending, Peer to Peer Lending, People to People Lending

My account has 56 loans originating across 7 months. I regularly go and look at the entire list and attempt to gleam which loans need to make a payment. This task is an exercise in futility. The loans are in origination date order so at any given time there are 7 areas (one for each month I originated loans) of the list I need to look. In addition, sometimes loans are paid early and the next payment date is actually a month or more away.

I would like to be able to order my loan list by next payment due date. This would quickly show me the loans that are near payment (or near default if you are a pessimist.)

I am not sure if this list would be useful or not. I tend to think it only matters to me because of my OCD obsession with Prosper. But I think others would also like this ability. And the number of loans my account will have is only going to grow.

I made this same request in the forums I am hopeful for a response: http://forums.prosper.com/index.php?showtopic=18554

Update: Loan Ordering Request is Now a Feature

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