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Monthly Archives: January 2018

Deal With Liquidity Problems with Unsecured Loans

Unsecured loans basically are loans where one doesn’t have to give a security to hedge the loan with. It means that it will come across as a boon to people who don’t have an asset to declare or a security to assure that they would pay the loans. Generally as a rule these loans are difficult to obtain as it’s the banks risk at which the loan is given and if the borrower defaults the bank would have to suffer immense loss. Thus these loans have a higher rate of interest. Not as high as loans given to people with a bad credit history but higher then loans given on the basis of a security.

Thus as a rule of the thumb, one has to have a good credit standing with the bank to qualify for an unsecured loan. The dealings with the bank, the repayment of previous loans and the payment of taxes all come under the scanner when one applies for unsecured loans. Unsecured loans are generally given to employees who have a good salary package as they are the ones who have the potential to pay back the loans with the interest. One has to be a major, which is above the age of 18 to qualify for a loan.

There are various advantages for unsecured loans, one being that the individual does not have to pledge the security with the bank. Hence, in case of non-payment of interest or principle, the bank can not take over the asset. This saves the individual a lot of headache because in most case for a loan of a particular amount, the bank requires a security of a larger amount. And then when the borrower defaults the security is taken over creating a bigger loss for the borrower. In this way unsecured loans are a smart way out. One has to pay a higher rate of interest on the amount but as long as the interest is within the range of the borrower then this option would be the best one can get.

The procedure for filing for an unsecured loan is that the borrower has to go to the bank with the documents that are required. But before that, he has to do a bit of research on various banks and the interest rate offered by them. Then the borrower also has to see the documents required by the bank and if he can provide them or not.