Advance America: 5 loans for first-time borrowers | Nation/World
LOS ANGELES, June 13, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Construction credit helps borrowers access great loan terms, buy homes, and more. But everyone starts out without credit and must work to build it to access more financial opportunities. Fortunately, there are plenty of loan options for new borrowers. These can help borrowers get the funds they need and start building their credit history. This article will help borrowers learn how to get a loan without credit by diving into five loans for new borrowers.
Cash advances are small, short-term loans that can allow borrowers to wait until their next paycheque. These loans are usually due in two to four weeks on the borrower’s next payday. Many cash advance lenders approve borrowers with all credit rating levels. They will look at factors other than credit score, such as income, work history, and current debts. Thus, borrowers without credit can still be approved.
When the loan is due, the borrower will repay the loan plus interest. The borrower can also roll over the loan for another two to four weeks, but they should try to repay the loan as soon as possible to avoid paying more interest and fees.
2. Installment Loans
Installment loans are lump sums of money that borrowers can repay in fixed installments of principal and interest. Borrowers often use installment loans to store emergency cash, refinance other higher-interest debt, and finance large projects. Some lenders will consider income, assets, and employment history in addition to credit score. This can help borrowers get installment loans at affordable rates without credit.
3. Securities loans
Title loans allow borrowers to use their car title as collateral for a loan if they own the vehicle. With these loans, the lender will appraise the borrower’s vehicle and then offer them 25-50% of its value as a loan. Borrowers can get the loan the same day and continue to drive their car while paying off the loan. Since title loans are secured by collateral, they are considered less risky for the lender than unsecured loans. Thus, it may be easier for borrowers without credit to be approved.
4. Lines of credit
Lines of credit are flexible loans that allow borrowers to take out as much as they need, up to a specified credit limit. They can then repay the borrowed amount all at once or as they wish. Lines of credit can work well for borrowers who need to cover emergency expenses or pay for projects with unpredictable expenses, like home improvement projects. Many lenders offer no-credit lines of credit, so new borrowers may still qualify for this type of loan.
Pawnbrokers are short-term secured loans offered by pawnbrokers that usually last around 30 days. These do not require any credit checks. Instead, the borrower can offer a valuable item as collateral. The pawnbroker will appraise the item and then give the loan terms to the borrower. The borrower can then leave the item with the pawnbroker as collateral and receive the funds they need. The borrower can recover his property after repaying the loan successfully.
The bottom line
Borrowers without credit have many options for obtaining their first loan. From cash advances, installment loans and lines of credit to title and pawn loans, there are various secured and unsecured loans to choose from, with less stringent credit score requirements. New borrowers should weigh their needs and budget to decide which type of loan is right for them. Then they should shop around with multiple lenders and compare terms to get the funds they need at a good rate.
Notice: The information provided in this article is provided for guidance only. Consult your financial advisor about your financial situation.
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