Personal loans, also known as unsecured signature loans, require no collateral. They can be used for many reasons and are often more flexible than other types of loans. A range of loan amounts and terms are available. Read on to see if a personal loan is right for you.
Help us celebrate with rates as low as 4.99%*
We have been serving our community for 75 years and as a thank you for being a valued member, we are offering a special rate on our personal loans. For a limited time, you may qualify for a rate as low as 4.99% APR* for up to 24 months. The application process is fast and simple.
*Max APR rate is 17.99%. Example: The monthly payment, without debt protection, for a 24-month term with a 4.99% APR loan is approximately $45.62 for every $1,000.00 borrowed. This payment example includes a $40 processing fee.
How a Personal Loan Works
Personal loans can be used for many things including:
- Debt consolidation of other loans or credit cards
- Home renovations
- Major life events like a wedding
- Even a special vacation
To learn more, read our blog on Personal Loans 101
How to Apply for a Personal Loan
Applying for a personal loan requires running a credit report and getting your credit score. If you want to find out more about credit scores, visit our blog Credit Scores: A Digital Finger on Your Financial Pulse.
Loans are subject to credit approval and your ability to repay. Your interest rate for the loan will be determined upon term, loan-to-value ratio, and credit score.
Cobalt also offers a debt protection plan with your personal loan in the event of death, disability or involuntary unemployment. Contact a Cobalt representative for more details.
Personal Loan Amounts and Terms
Personal loan amounts are available from $500 to $20,000. Available terms include 1 year loans to 5 year loans and we don’t charge a fee if you pay off your loan early. So there are no prepayment penalties if you decide to pay off your loan faster than your payment schedule which saves you interest in the long run.
To learn more about loans and other money management topics, visit our Financial Education page.