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Personal_Finance / Debt & Loans Nov 11, 2017 - 12:25 PM GMT

By: Boris_Dzhingarov

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Now, with just a click of the mouse and ease to fill forms – you could access loans online within minutes. But, you could get carried away that you forget to carry out due diligence on the loan you are applying. Thereby roping yourself in with harsh repayment terms, unfavorable interests and draconian penalties for defaulting. All these could have been avoided if only you did these smart things before taking out the loan.




You’re going to need cash someday, and your only means of obtaining it would be taking out a loan. This is not a premonition, it is a fact – and if you’re like every other American on the street, you’re going to find yourself in that situation.

Now, get this straight, taking out a personal loan to finance a new car or to splurge on a vacation or to pay down on a mortgage is not evil in itself. But, of course, like every other thing in life, it must be done in moderation, and you must have a clear, detailed means of paying off the debt.

Is it not expedient then, that you get prepared with relevant information that would come in handy when you eventually do need the loan?

Thankfully, reputable organizations are coming onboard to offer loans online (click here to learn more about this), hence simplifying the process of getting a loan and also eliminating bottlenecks inherent in regular loan services.

Do these before applying for loans online

So, before you go off and sign on those dotted lines, here are some smart things to consider before obtaining queuing up for those loans.

Decide why you want the credit

It’s just common sense to figure out why you need the loan in the first place. You don’t just trot off, log into a lender’s website and apply for cash advancement just because you can.

Defining the reason for the loan also enables you to clarify what kind of loan to apply for. You’d know whether the loan you need is an Auto loan or Home loan, Personal loan or a loan for your business.

Here’s a simple reason why you need this step – every lender whether online or the traditional lender would always want to know why you’re applying for the loan. So you see, knowing why you need the cash and what kind of credit to ask for improves your chances of getting approved.

Shop around for the best deals

You don’t have to jump into the first offer you see. Shop around. Explore the market. There are better rates out there.

Use comparison sites to compare rates and read reviews from others before making the plunge, you can also borrow online but do your due diligence to be sure you’re dealing with reputable sites – there are fewer paper works and bottlenecks with these online services.

In all these, don’t lose sight that you’re hunting for the best online loans and look out for those sneaky small prints that might get you entangled.

Understand the loan and what you’re required to do

Now, you’ve picked out the best loans online. It’s time to do the grueling work. Sit down with the loan prospectus – this could be reading from the site of the lender or printing it out – and study everything.

Check what the repayment plan is (some lenders may expect you repay in a particular manner), is there any cost for early repayment or penalty for defaulting? Painstakingly pore through every line to be sure you have a firm grasp of what you’re getting into and how everything is supposed to work before committing yourself.

By Boris Dzhingarov

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Disclaimer: The above is a matter of opinion provided for general information purposes only and is not intended as investment advice. Information and analysis above are derived from sources and utilising methods believed to be reliable, but we cannot accept responsibility for any losses you may incur as a result of this analysis. Individuals should consult with their personal financial advisors.


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