If you are planning to buy a new car, make a major remodel, or buy a new kitchen, chances are you will end up with a $ 15,000 loan. This is a considerable amount, but you can easily borrow it via a personal loan or revolving credit. View below which interest rate and loan form are most suitable.
Borrow 15,000 US dollars through a personal loan
A personal loan of 15,000 is possible. A big advantage is that the total interest and costs of the loan are fixed in advance. You also know where you stand. However, the interest on a personal loan is higher than with a revolving credit. In addition, it is not possible to withdraw extra money in the meantime, which makes a personal loan less flexible. If you want to take out a personal loan, view the different interest rates below.
Borrow 15000 US dollars through a revolving credit
Compared to a personal loan, the interest with a revolving credit is lower. You also have the option to borrow extra money in the meantime. However, if you are sure that you do not want to borrow more than 150,000 US dollars, you can consider taking out a personal loan. The main advantage of a personal loan compared to a revolving credit is that you pay a fixed interest and that you have repaid your loan after a certain period (of your choice). If you want to borrow 15,000 US dollars with a revolving credit, view the interest rates below.
Borrow interest 15000 US dollars
The interest on a loan differs per loan type and loan term. Above you can see what the different interest rates are per loan type. The interest differs from 3-5%.
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Borrow 15000 US dollars without BKR
It is not possible to borrow 15,000 US dollars without BKR testing. Since a loan of 15,000 US dollars is only possible through a revolving credit and a personal loan, your creditworthiness is always checked at the BKR. If you still want to borrow 15,000 US dollars without BKR , you can consider taking out a loan from a private individual. In this case, we advise you to agree on good loan conditions. Compare this also with interest rates from banks and other lenders to avoid paying too much.