The offers that appear on LoanStart.com are from companies from which LoanStart.com receives compensation. This compensation may impact how and where (including the order in which) offers are presented to consumers.LoanStart.com does not make loan offers but instead pairs potential borrowers with lenders and lending partners. We are not a lender, do not make credit decisions, broker loans, or make short-term cash loans. We also do not charge fees to potential borrowers for our services and do not represent or endorse any particular participating lender or lending partner, service, or product. Submitting a request allows us to refer you to third-party lenders and lending partners and does not constitute approval for a loan. What you may be presented is not inclusive of all lenders/loan products and not all lenders will be able to make you an offer for a loan.
LoanStart.com is here to connect you with a lender or lending partner through our online request form that you can complete in confidence and in the security of your own home.
There is no fee to request a loan. Additionally, you are free to reject your offer for a loan by the lender or lending partner, and you may search for other rates. LoanStart.com is not itself a lender and does not make any lending decisions. Instead, we connect you to a third party lender or lending partner in our network of lenders, who will make you an offer which should include the loan amount, the fees, the Annual Percentage Rate (APR), and the terms of repayment, among other things. Depending on your state residency, the maximum loan amount, the interest rate, the amount of times one may roll over (if any), and the fees for rolling over will differ.
Each lender and lending partner has its own policies covering important things like privacy, how it uses the personally identifiable information collected from you, terms and conditions, fees, consequences of late or non-payment of your loans, additional fees that may apply for late or non-payment of your loan, the possibility of renewing your loan, fees attached to renewing your loan, and its collection practices, among other things. We strongly encourage you to review your specific lender’s policies and to direct any questions or concerns you may have to your third party lender.
To qualify for a loan, you must: 1) Be a U.S. citizen or legal resident; 2) Be at least 18 years of age; 3) Have a valid Social Security number; and 4) Be employed or have some form of income. Additionally, some lenders or lending partners may require you to have a bank account in your name and show proof of previous financial responsibility.
APR is the amount of interest you would pay on a personal loan over the course of a full year. While we do offer example rates for your information, LoanStart.com is not a lender and does not set APRs. The APR of your specific loan is determined by your lender according to the loan agreement and varies depending on the information you provide when you submit a loan request as well as your lender’s policies and terms.
After you are paired with a lender or lending partner, and assuming that you were given a loan offer and accepted the offer, you will be presented with a loan agreement which discloses the terms of your loan including the APR, fees, finance charges, and other terms. Generally, APRs for personal loans range between 6% and 35.99%. The exact APR depends on the method of calculation, terms of the loan, fees, and renewal options. The following table represents sample rates, is for information purposes only, and may not reflect the actual APRs offered by your lender: