There are no wedding loans from Chase. Chase doesn’t offer personal loans for any purpose. While Chase does have home equity lines of credit (HELOC) that you could technically use to fund a wedding, it’s a bad idea since HELOCs are secured by your house. There’s no sense in risking your most valuable possession for a single day of happiness. Plus, lots of people don’t own a house before they’re married anyway, and if they do, they probably don’t have much equity on it.
That said, there are plenty of other lenders to look to for wedding loans. For example, LightStream offers APRs as low as 5.74% for wedding loans and only charges 17.49% maximum. The exact rate depends on your creditworthiness. On top of that, LightStream has no origination fees, prepayment fees or late fees. You can borrow between $5,000 and $100,000 – more than enough to accommodate most weddings.
For even more good substitutes for a wedding loan from Chase, check out WalletHub’s article on alternatives to Chase personal loans. You could also consider waiting while you save up money, and avoid going into debt for the wedding altogether. Or, you can try to cut the cost of your current wedding plans by finding cheaper providers and scaling down a bit.
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