What Is a Personal Loan? | What Are Personal Loans Used For? | Santander Bank - Santander
What Are Personal Loans?
A Personal Loan is money you borrow from a bank for a specified period of time with no collateral required. You receive the funds in one lump sum, you have a fixed rate and a fixed term and you benefit from fixed monthly payments.
So, if you’ve got higher interest debt you’d like to consolidate, appliances you would like to upgrade or car repairs on the horizon, you can use a personal loan for almost any financial need or life event.
What Are Personal Loans Used For?
Personal Loan Features
The Difference Between a Santander Bank Personal Loan and Credit Card Debt
Monthly Payments for Personal Loans
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1Rates: To get a Personal Loan ("Loan") with the Annual Percentage Rate (APR) shown, you must reside in MA, MD, RI, CT, NH, NJ, PA, NY,DE, ME, VT, or DC, meet our highest credit standards, and use automatic payment (ePay) from any Santander Bank N.A. checking account. Fixed loan APRs (with ePay) range from 6.99% to 16.99%, depending on your creditworthiness. The minimum Loan amount is $5,000 and the maximum is $50,000. The APR on the Loan will increase by 0.25 percentage points and the payment will increase, if ePay is not elected or is discontinued. APRs and other terms are accurate as of 10/01/2019 and may change thereafter. A Santander checking account is not required to qualify for a Loan, but use of ePay from a Santander checking account will result in an interest rate discount. Personal Loans cannot be used to finance post-secondary educational expenses. Loan accounts are subject to approval.
Personal Loan Monthly Payment Example.
Monthly payments on a Santander Personal Loan with a 60-month term and our best rate of 6.99% APR.1