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5 Smart Reasons to Apply for a Quick Loan.

October 9, 2017 by  
Filed under Business, Money, Opinion, Weekly Columns

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( Intelligent home buyers shop around for residential properties as well as great mortgage rates. New car shoppers usually try to get auto loans with the best interest rates. These things may be true but there’s various reasons to shop for a quick loan that can get approved in just minutes. While there may be purchases that you should not use quick loans to fund, there are at least five very valid reasons to seek out a fast loan payout, especially when time is of the essence.

1. You Don’t Have Any Time to Waste

Just getting access to the loan application for a traditional lender can take time that you just don’t have. If you can’t afford to wait for your bank to send a loan application through the mail and fill it out and send it back through the post, a quick loan would probably make a better fit. It’s kind of strange that some lenders make the loan application more time consuming and cumbersome than necessary, but quick loans are pretty cut and dry and you can get a decision the same day that you digitally send in your application.

2. You Want to Be Self Sufficient

Say that you’ve found a flat and you can afford the rent but you don’t have the full deposit to move in. You could ask your parents for a small loan to get through, but sometimes, self-sufficiency is a matter of maintaining your pride. When you know you don’t want to go through your bank, your friends, or even your relatives to borrow money, there’s always quick loans. Imagine getting all the cash you need to move into your own place and then getting the keys and moving in before the end of the business day. If you were to ask your loved ones for the loan, they might still be mulling over their decision right now.

3. Giving Your Credit a Rest

There are times where you don’t want another company to check your credit or analyse your debt ratio. Perhaps you went on a credit card application spree or simply know that your credit is tapped after buying a new car. Although it doesn’t really hurt that much to try, when you already know what the answer is it can be best to just look at non-traditional loan funding options. Resting your credit also gives you a chance to build it back up. So, if your plan is to apply for a mortgage or secured loan, getting a quick loan would actually be one of the smartest things you could do.

4. There’s Been a Financial Emergency

People have financial emergencies that can’t be avoided and or prepared for in the future. For instance, say that you were carrying all of your cash in your wallet and on the way to the bank to make a deposit, you were mugged. There’s nothing that you can do to get the money back unless the thieves are caught. In the interim, there’s still food to buy, rent to pay, and other household bills that are coming up quick. A quick loan won’t make everything perfect in your life financially, but it can take the pressure off of you long enough to make smart financial plans in the immediate future. It will take you working a few extra shifts and perhaps even picking up a second or third job to get back on your feet, but the quick loan will also enable you to get by without becoming destitute or depressed.

5. You Know That Traditional Loans Take Awhile

Sometimes, quick loans can be excellent for emergencies and even investment purposes. Think about holiday sales that always seem to pop up between your monthly wage payment. If you see a fancy television set that’s on sale for a ridiculously low amount, a quick loan may aid in you improving the quality of your life. You’d get to buy the television you wanted at a discount, you’d be able to pay the quick loan off as soon as you got paid again, and in the end, you’d be really happy about the decision you made. If you had instead gone down the traditional loan route, there’s no way that you would have been approved for a loan and gotten the cash in time for the sale.

Quick loans aren’t supposed to help you pay your bills on a regular basis, but they’re very good for getting you through hard times when you’re in a pinch. If you’re tired of having to ask your friends for money all the time and you know that the bank isn’t going to extend you any more credit, try a quick loan and see if you’re able to sharpen your money borrowing and budgeting skills.

Staff Writer; Ron Poole

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