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Personal loans are a type of consumer loan that is taken out for specific personal purposes. They can be either secured or unsecured.
To determine eligibility for a personal loan, a lender will evaluate a borrower’s credit history, risk potential, the market value, and other criteria. If an individual qualifies, the lender will agree to a personal loan for a set amount.
The lender will purchase or finance the borrower’s needs and the buyer will make regular fixed payments to repay the loan. These payments will include not only the amount of the loan, but interest as well. Loan terms can range from short term to long term, anywhere from a year to 30+ years.
Secured loans will be backed by collateral from the borrower. If the borrower fails to repay the loan, the lender may take ownership of the collateral. Unsecured loans are not backed by collateral and will likely have higher interest rates and short terms.
Personal loans are frequently used to fund home renovations, finance a wedding, or consolidate debt. If you are in need of a personal loan, come see us today to discuss your options.
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