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Low-interest loans are a great option if you need to borrow money. Find out what a low-interest loan is and the ways you can get one.

What are Low-Interest Loans?

A low-interest loan is any type of loan that comes with an annual percentage rate below 12%. Your Credit Score is typically the first factor which defines the interest rate you will get for a loan.

How to Get a Low-Interest Loan

Before anything else, you need to identify your needs and be aware of your current credit score situation to get a low-interest loan. When you have a low credit score, lenders see it as a risk since in their eyes, you’re not reliable as a borrower, therefore they demand a higher interest rate to cover up for their risk. On the other hand, a good or high credit score can make you more eligible for a low-interest loan.

However, direct lenders’ criteria may vary, so some can offer you better rates than others even if your credit report is not the best. Try to compare direct lenders and the type loans they offer before appyling for one.


Here are some things you can do in order to get a low-interest loan:
  • Contact your bank and the relevant Credit Bureas and ask for your credit report. If you know your current credit score and history, you’ll most likely find it easier to understand what type of loan you can get. A secure loan can be possibly obtained with low interest even if you have a lower credit score, however, it is backed by a collateral, like your house or your car. This means that in case you’ll have difficulties paying off your low-interest loan, you might lose your asset. An unsecured loan is somehow more flexible when it comes to the approval requirements and the pay off system of the loan. However, bear in mind that the interest on an unsecured loan will be higher than a secured loan usually.
  • Compare online direct lenders and get in touch with them to see which one can give you a low-interest loan. As we mentioned above, some have other criteria rather than just your credit score.
  • Choose the right type of loan! If you did your research, you already know that some short-term loans, like payday loans, can turn into a neverending problem. If you’re not paying attention to what you’re getting into and you sign for something that is beyond your financial possibilities, you might end up paying off a lot more than what you originally bargined for. Take your time and see what type of loans are on the market and which one can qualify as a low-interest loan.
  • Settle a convenient repayment timetable and try to pay off your loan early! Interest is charged monthly, so the longer it takes to pay off your loan, the more interest you’ll pay. Find a reliable direct lender which is willing to create a flexible repayment schedule that meets your needs and of course, financial possibilities.
  • Try to improve your credit rating! There are many ways you can do this, some of them take time and patience, but some are easy and can definitely make a difference and improve your overall credit score. Any improvements will be noticed by the credit bureaus and consequently the banks and lenders, so you can become more eligible for a low-interest loan! Make sure you check out our tips on how to improve your credit rating and see which ones can be done as soon as possible.

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