Unsecured Loans

Loans typically fall under one of two different categories: secured or unsecured. A secured loan is backed by the borrower's assets, such as a home, car, or personal property. These types of assets are used as collateral in case the borrower fails to repay the loan. However, an unsecured loan differs in the sense that it is not backed by any assets and heavily relies on the borrower's overall creditworthiness. In most cases, borrowers must have a high credit rating in order to be approved for certain unsecured loans.

Types of Unsecured Loans:

  • Credit cards
  • Home improvement loans
  • Small business loans

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Frequently Asked Questions About Unsecured Loans

What is an Unsecured Loan?
An unsecured loan is a loan that is issued and backed by a borrower's creditworthiness, rather than by any type of collateral. An unsecured loan is obtained without the use of property as collateral for the loan, and is sometimes referred to as a signature loan.

Revolving vs Term Unsecured Loans
Unsecured loans can be either term or revolving. A revolving loan is a type of loan in which the credit "revolves," allowing the borrower to pay the principle down and then spend it again. In comparison, you cannot reuse the funds from a term loan once it has been paid down or paid off.

Benefits of Unsecured Loans
The single greatest benefit of an unsecured loan is the simple fact that you don't have to put up property or assets as collateral. Even if you have all intentions of paying back the loan, unforeseen complications may arise that prevent you from doing so. With an unsecured loan, you don't have to worry about the lender acquiring your property or assets.

Because there's a greater risk for the lender, unsecured loans typically come with a higher interest rate than secured loans.

How to Apply for an Unsecured Loan?
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Do I Qualify for an Unsecured Loan?
If you're interested in obtaining an unsecured loan, you'll need to ensure that your credit is good. Without any assets serving as collateral, lenders must carefully choose to whom they issue unsecured loans. If your credit is bad, or if you don't have any credit, you may not qualify. This is probably the biggest disadvantage with choosing an unsecured loan. As long as your credit is good, you should be able to qualify.

Check your credit score with all three of the major credit bureaus: Experian, EquiFax and TransUnion. You can obtain a free personal credit report once per year from these bureaus through the government-sponsored website annualcreditreport.com.

The 5 C's of Unsecured Loans
When determining if an applicant is a suitable candidate for an unsecured loan, the lender will likely base their decision on the 5 C's: character, capacity, capital, collateral and conditions. After going through your credit history, clean up any discrepancies. And assuming you are seeking an unsecured loan for business purposes, you should prepare a thorough business plan detailing the way in which you plan to use the loan and grow your business.

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