Anyloan provides fast, free finance elgibility assessments from multiple brokers and lenders across Australia without accessing your credit file.
Home loans, car loans, personal loans, debt consolidation, boat, caravan, truck and business finance - without accessing your credit file!
Simply complete our short online loan enquiry form
for direct access to a specialist broker or lender who can best accomodate
your specific needs and circumstances.
When you submit an online loan enquiry
with us, we match your details instantly against the lending criteria of over 2000 finance
professionals across Australia - all competing for your business.
No credit check
Unlike most online loan websites, submitting your finance enquiry with us does not result in an entry recorded on your credit file.
Multiple credit file entries can make it considerably more difficult to obtain a loan and can severely limit your options.
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Unsecured personal loans
Interest rates for unsecured loans are typically higher than for secured loans. Repayment terms for personal loans can range from as little as 6 months
for short-term finance up to 5 years or more. Interest rates will also vary dramatically for personal loans depending on the loan term, the amount of the
loan as well as the individual circumstances of the applicant. Whilst loans of $5000 or more for an applicant with a good credit history over a term of
3 years or more may be available for as little as 15% per annum or less, small, short term loans can attract comparative rates as high as 36% including
fess and charges - depending on the circumstances of the applicant. For example, a $1000 loan over 6 months could require a fortnightly repayment of as
much as $96.92.
Secured loans such as home loans, car loans, etc. are usually a much cheaper finance option. The interest rate will be different depending on what you
are financing. For example, home loan interest rates will be typically lower than for a car, boat, caravan or truck loan.
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