You can get a personal loan from a bank, credit union or online lender.
Your credit score largely determines where you’ll qualify and the rate you’ll receive.
Borrowers with good to excellent credit (690 and above) have the widest options when it comes to shopping for personal loans.
How can I get a bank loan with no credit?
What is a Bad Credit Loan?
- Credit unions. A great option.
- Family or friends. Easier to qualify and hopefully lower interest rates.
- Find a co-signer. Use someone else’s high credit score to get a lower interest rate.
- Tap home equity. Credit score not a factor.
- Online or P2P.
What is the best bank to get a personal loan?
Best personal loans overall: LendingClub, LightStream, and Marcus. Best banks for personal loans: Citibank, PNC Bank, US Bank. Best personal loans for excellent credit: SoFi, Wells Fargo, and Prosper.
What banks offer personal loans?
10 major banks (besides Chase) that offer personal loans
- Citizens Bank personal loans.
- Wells Fargo personal loans.
- Citibank personal loans.
- U.S. Bank personal loans.
- PNC personal loans.
- TD Bank personal loans.
- BB&T personal loans.
- SunTrust Bank personal loans.
What do banks look at when applying for a loan?
When you apply for a loan, you authorize the lender to run your credit history. The lender wants to evaluate two things: your history of repayment with others and the amount of debt you currently carry. The lender reviews your income and calculates your debt service coverage ratio.