What are the Personal Loan Options?
A personal loan can be a good way to pay for things you need now or get a better deal on something you want by being able to pay in cash.
If it’s for personal use or business, we can help you get what you need.
Other benefits include:
- Tailored to your individual requirements
- Fixed interest rates and no unexpected changes or hidden fees
- Repayment day aligns with your salary or wages
If a personal loan doesn’t fit your current circumstances in terms of eligibility, Loansmart have a number of other options available that may work. If you don’t have an asset we can use as security and you don’t have a guarantor to provide security, you may qualify for an unsecured loan. Depending on the loan purpose you may also be interested in a Debt Consolidation Loan, or Car Finance.
We also offer second mortgages for larger amounts.
To get started complete our application form and a dedicated lending consultant will be in touch with you.
- Available throughout New Zealand
- Fast approval and a five minute loan application form
- Six to 60 month pay-back terms
We’re 100% online and your loan application can be submitted via any device 24/7, PC, laptop, tablet or phone.
If your application is approved, we’ll transfer funds the same business day to your account so you can use the money straight away.
How much could I borrow?
The maximum amount we can approve for you is determined by your capacity to meet the repayments and the collateral pledged to secure the loan.
You can use the calculators as a guide.
Personal loans must be secured by an asset such as a motor vehicle,house or land. In some cases we can use your personal chattels (household contents).
Cars or Motor Vehicle
Must be 1997 or newer, with a current registration and warrant of fitness and no money owing.
Home or Land
We can look at the difference between what it is worth and what you owe the bank
Other assets can sometimes be used, however if you only have household items, consider one of our unsecured loans instead.
If you don’t have the security yourself, a guarantor may be able to provide it.