APR=Annual Percentage Rate. PLOC and Preferred PLOC Disclosures.
 APR=Annual Percentage Rate. PLOC and Preferred PLOC Disclosures.
Don't limit yourself to a set loan amount. A Personal Line of Credit (PLOC) allows you to cover what you need today, as well as what might happen tomorrow.
While both a Personal Line of Credit and a Personal Loan allow you to borrow money without collateral, the way you receive that money differs.
Personal Loans provide one lump sum of money that you can repay monthly at a fixed rate and a set payment amount your budget can rely on. Personal Lines of Credit offer the flexibility to access your money over time with a less standardized repayment plan.
Figuring out which product is the right fit can be tricky! Let us help guide you to the best loan option.
Sometimes you have a planned project in mind and other times you get the surprise of a lifetime. No matter why you need to borrow money, a Personal Line of Credit can provide peace of mind that the money will be there when you need it.
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Protected events include:
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A personal loan, often called a signature loan, or a good faith loan, is a type of unsecured personal loan offered by a financial institution. The primary requirement of these loans is the borrower’s signature and their promise to pay. Most institutions may also check a borrower’s credit score, and some require a loan cosigner. Like other loans, you'll make fixed monthly payments during your loan term until it's paid.
Personal loans are an unsecured term loan. This means that the loan isn’t secured by collateral, like a borrower’s car loan or home mortgage. The term requires that the loan is paid off during a predetermined timeframe, which is typically through monthly payments during the duration of the loan term.
From covering unexpected expenses to paying for home improvements and more, a personal loan can be used for many miscellaneous needs that don’t have their own specific loan categories. They can provide flexibility and quick access to funds.
No, a personal loan doesn’t cover education expenses. However, we have other loan options to help you pay for college or pay down current student loans. Contact us to learn more.
No, it isn’t necessary to have a co-applicant. But, depending on your situation, a co-applicant may help you meet the credit requirements necessary for loan approval.
Yes, but a co-applicant may be required depending on the requested loan terms.
Once your loan is approved, you’ll have same-day access to funds in many cases.
Membership eligibility required. All loans subject to credit approval. Rates based on creditworthiness and are subject to change without notice.
Information and interactive calculators are made available as self-help tools for independent use and are not intended to provide investment advice. We cannot and do not guarantee their applicability or accuracy in regard to individual circumstances. All examples are hypothetical and are for illustrative purposes. Seek personalized advice from qualified professionals regarding all personal finance issues. Actual rate, payment and costs could be higher. Get an official loan estimate before choosing a loan. Contact credit union for more details.