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People searching for installment loans in the Grand Canyon State are invited to request funding for up to $40,000 using the short form below. To start the process, simply enter your first name, last name, and email address. After clicking the “Get Started” button, we do our best to help you find loan companies in Arizona.
There are a number of different types of loans available to consumers. With an installment loan, you borrow money and pay it back over a period of time. Rather than paying back your loan in one lump sum, you use monthly payments that go toward the interest and the principal. The APR you receive depends on the lender and your situation. At LoanStart.com, our partners offer APRs as low as 4.84 percent.
Arizonans are making funding requests for a range of reasons, including the following:
These are just some of the reasons why people in the Grand Canyon State are requesting this type of funding. If you are ready to seek a personal loan now, fill in our online form to get started.
Arizona’s economy ranks 21st in the nation. Its overall GDP is greater than many countries in the world. In addition, it is the 14th most populous state.
In the past, Arizona’s economy revolved around the ‘5 Cs’ - copper, citrus, cattle, cotton, and climate (tourism). The state still has many copper mines and extracts two-thirds of the country's copper output.
Tourism is the leading industry in Arizona according to the Arizona Office of Tourism. Favorable weather, big cities, and natural wonders attract over 40 million visitors to the Grand Canyon State annually. In 2015, 42.1 million people visited Arizona, spent $21 billion and supported 179,600 jobs.
The cost of living in Arizona is slightly above the national average. However, Arizonans pay less than the average for monthly rent: a one-bedroom apartment rents for $707 per month and a 2-bedroom rents for $892 per month. The average cost of buying a home in Arizona is $194,600, slightly higher than the national average of $186,000.
When people find themselves in need of money, they can sometimes become desperate. Loan scammers prey on desperate people, making unrealistic promises of loans. Some scammers ask for money up front to extend credit or make a loan. Others solicit people by phone or email, sometimes asking for sensitive personal information. Be wary of anyone or any business who promises loans that sound too good to be true or who approach you about a loan or who ask you to pay for a loan.
Qualifying for a loan depends on a number of factors and not every applicant gets approved. Be sure that you meet the age, income, residency and employment requirements before applying for a loan.
Taking out a personal installment loan can make a huge difference in the life of someone who has short-term financial needs. At the same time, borrowing money is a big responsibility. Before taking out a loan, be sure that you are fully aware of the terms, conditions, and fees associated with borrowing money.
Lastly, educate yourself on some of the basic issues surrounding consumer credit and loans. The Arizona Attorney General’s Office provides information so consumers can learn more.