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Loan the Bank's Money

Most people will need to apply for a loan at least once or twice in their lifetime. Finding the best loan interest rate for your individual circumstances and borrowing the money from the bank can be a difficult and time-consuming process. Even with today's low interest rates, interest rates and loan terms can vary widely from bank to bank.

The first step in seeking a loan from your bank is to determine how much money you need to borrow and how much money you can afford to pay back to the bank each month. You can then begin researching your loan options to determine the best deal for your needs. Don't forget to check several banks before making your decision.

What are some reasons to seek a loan from your bank?

There are many reasons you may need to turn to your bank for a loan. You may be having financial difficulty and need the money to consolidate your bills. You may need to purchase a new car. You may even want to borrow money for that once in a lifetime vacation.

How can I make sure I get the best interest rate on the loan from my bank?

Start by knowing the lowest interest rates available. A good place to start is www.bankrate.com . This website lists the lowest available rates for a wide variety of loans. It also contains an excellent search tool to help you find the best interest rates in your area. Remember that the interest rate you qualify for will be affected by your personal circumstances and your personal credit rating. Rates can vary widely from bank to bank, so it pays to shop around for the best rate on your loan. Always shop around at a variety of banks anytime you need to borrow money.

Know your credit score.

Knowing your credit score will give you a big advantage when shopping for the best loan rate. Your credit score will determine how much money you can borrow and your interest rate. The higher your credit score the lower your interest rate will be and vice versa. Knowing your credit score before you go to your bank can be a big help.

Get a copy of your credit report.

Don't forget to get a copy of your credit report before you begin shopping for a loan at your bank. Study it carefully and report any inaccuracies to the credit-reporting agency immediately. A mistake on your credit report could cause you to be charged a higher interest rate or even cause you to be turned down for the money you need.

How can I get a copy of my credit report?

It is a good idea to obtain a copy of your credit report from all three major credit-reporting agencies Equifax, TransUnion and Experian. An inaccuracy in your credit report could cost you money by causing you to have a higher than necessary interest rate, or even cause your bank to turn you down for a loan. You can obtain a copy of your credit report by consulting the reporting agencies' websites.