Whether you have good or bad credit, unsecured personal or signature loans are a low risk option to consolidate credit card debt, handle emergency expenses, cover medical bills, pay for a wedding, renovate your home, or fund a once in a lifetime holiday. Our site provides you with the financial information, terminology, and loan tools you need to confidently choose a fixed interest rate installment loan, line of credit, or revolving loan that best suits your needs.

 
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Personal Loans

Personal loans are unsecured debt because you are not required to collateralize the loan with your home, car, or other tangible assets. Banks, credit unions, and other lenders primarily use your credit score to determine whether or not to give you this type of loan and its interest rate. Unsecured loans generally have higher interest rates than secured loans, so you should only consider a personal loan if you’re able to pay it off quickly.

Unlike credit cards and lines of credit, personal loans are not revolving loans. Personal loans are installment loans that are paid over a defined period of time with a fixed interest rate. Payments are most often made on a monthly basis and consist of both principal amount and interest payments. The loan term can range from one to five years and amounts vary between $1,000 and $100,000.


Signature Loans

A signature loan is an unsecured debt facility that relies only on the borrower’s good character and their signature on a promissory note. Though a co-signer may be added to the loan, no other collateral is required and the borrower can use the loan for any purpose they choose including home improvements and other larger purchases or expenditures.

Signature loan interest rates have fallen over the years and maximum loan values have increased. But, interest rates are generally still higher than other types of loans given the lack of any physical collateral. Borrowers with great credit and higher incomes are more likely to be approved for this type of loan.

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Debt Consolidation

Debt consolidation makes it easier to manage multiple unsecured debts by combining them into one unsecured loan. The types of debts normally consolidated include credit card, charge card, and retail card balances, lines of credit, and medical bills. Debt consolidation loans are provided by banks, credit unions, and other reputable lenders. However, debt consolidation can be risky and costly, so understanding the type of loan you’re getting, its interest rate and term, and other important factors is essential to ensuring the loan serves a positive purpose. If you habitually spend on your credit or charge cards, this loan may not be a good choice for you given that you may be tempted to once again spend against your freshly paid credit lines.

 
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Unsecured Loans

Unsecured loans are issued based on the creditworthiness of the borrower. These loans can include term loans, credit cards, charge cards, personal loans, revolving lines of credit, retail credit cards, and student loans. Debt consolidation loans and signature loans may also be considered unsecured loans. However, the majority of unsecured loans are revolving loans, meaning they can be spent, repaid, and spent again.

The annual percentage rate (APR) of an unsecured loan can help you evaluate the best offers and promotions from various traditional and alternative lenders. In some instances, you may only need to pay what you’ve spent if you’re making payments in full within a certain amount of time. It’s important to ensure you consider all available credit options before opening a new unsecured account given that many have ballooning or high interest rates that trigger based on spending history, the balance you carry, or other potentially risky factors


Wedding Loans

The average cost of a wedding in the United States is $22,000 to $35,000. While some couples have weddings for less than $10,000, the majority of newlyweds host larger events with numerous social gatherings that include an extended mix of family and friends. Specialized unsecured loans with competitive interest rates based on one or both spouses-to-be’s credit may be available. Credit cards with no interest can be cost-effective for brides and grooms with excellent credit and a reasonable spending plan. Local and federal credit unions may have more flexibility when it comes to tailoring a loan’s amount, term, conditions, and interest rate to make it affordable. Nobody recommends that newlyweds begin married life with debt incurred from a wedding. A far better way to host a dream wedding is to save up for it. Not only will you avoid being indebted at the beginning of your new life together, you’ll also learn to work together to achieve a common financial goal. This experience will be invaluable to your collective financial well-being in the future.

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Medical Loans

Specialized medical financing companies make it easier for patients to obtain a wide range of medical, surgical, cosmetic, bariatric, dental, and therapeutic procedures and treatments. Many of these procedures cost thousands of dollars and are not covered by conventional medical or health insurance plans. It is often the case that patients forego needed treatments because they can’t afford them. In general, you need good credit to obtain a medical loan. But, financing options are available for people with less-than-perfect credit.

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Holiday Loans

Holiday loans bridge the gap between your seasonal travel, gift, and party commitments, and your bank account balance. As an alternative to running high balances on your credit cards, these personal loans can help alleviate the pressure of ensuring you and your loved ones make the most of the holiday season. Though holiday loans are not cash advances or payday loans, they are normally short-term with high interest rates and fees. Lending amounts range $1,000 to $35,000 or more.

Emergency Loans

You can budget and save but emergencies do arise that even our best financial planning can’t account for. Your car may breakdown, emergency medical treatment might be needed, you might be short on tuition, or your home may be damaged during a natural disaster  – these are all instances when an emergency loan might save the day. Emergency loans typically have an instant eligibility decision. Funds are available in your bank account within 24 hours and you repay the debt via Automated Clearing House (ACH) payments.

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Payday Loans

Payday loans are usually $500 or less and are very short-term and high cost. The principal loan amount and interest is due as a single payment on your next payday. Payday loans are available both from storefronts and online. Payday lenders can be unscrupulous and many states have placed caps on loan amounts, interest, and associated fees. It is important that you conduct thorough research on your chosen payday lender and consider your own payday financial position before committing to this type of loan. Payday lenders generally don’t consider your other financial obligations when it comes to your ability to repay the loan. Understanding the full implications of a payday loan before you take one out is extremely important.

Credit Repair

The Fair Isaac Corporation created the FICO score. Lenders use a mix of FICO score and other credit report details to determine risk and whether or not to issue credit to a borrower. Credit worthiness under the FICO score system depends on multiple factors including credit length and payment history, current debt, credit types utilized, and recently opened credit accounts. The FICO score range is 300 to 850. A good credit score is normally above 650. Borrowers with scores below 620 generally find it hard to obtain loans and other types of credit at competitive rates. However, additional factors such as a borrower’s monthly and annual income, and length of employment, may play a factor in the loan approval process.

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