The best $1,000 installment loans are from PenFed Credit Union. The company offers loan amounts of $500 - $50,000, an APR range of 5.99% - 17.99%, repayment periods of 12 - 60 months and funding as soon as 1 business day after you apply. The loan amount you receive will depend on your credit score and your debt-to-income ratio, among other factors.
You will likely need a credit score of at least 580 to get a $1,000 personal loan. Most lenders that offer personal loans of $1,000 or more require bad credit or better for approval, along with enough income to afford the monthly payments. Other common loan requirements include being at least 18 years old; being a U.S. citizen, permanent resident or visa holder; and having a valid bank account. … read full answer
Credit Score Required by Lenders That Offer a $1,000 Personal Loans
Some lenders will consider people with bad credit for a$1,000 personal loan, but it may be difficult to get approved for an amount above the lender's minimum unless you have a lot of income. Your chances of approval do get better the higher your credit score is above the minimum requirement, though.
The best way to see your odds of approval and what rates may be available to you is to add your desired loan amount to WalletHub’s free pre-qualification tool. This tool won’t hurt your credit score.
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