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Personal Loan Rates – Asheville, NC

First Bank has you covered with two types of personal loans. Rates are different from bank to bank, but First Bank offers some of the most competitive rates in the Asheville, NC area.

Types of Personal Loans

  1. First Line – First Line is a personal line of credit that gives you the ability to borrow money instantly. If you need cash, you can request it by simply writing a check. Qualified collateral may be required to secure a First Line line of credit.
  2. CreditLine – CreditLine is a way to protect yourself from accidental overdrafts. If you write a check but don’t have enough funds to cover it, First Bank will transfer money from your CreditLine account into your checking account. If you need to borrow money, you can do that too. CreditLine enables you to borrow money up to your overdraft limit.

There are many reasons to take out a personal loan. You may need help covering the cost of unexpected medical expenses or a home or auto repair. Alternatively, you might need help funding that whitewater rafting excursion you’ve been dreaming about.

No matter what your reason is for needing a personal loan, First Bank provides personal loans tailored to meet your needs. Our personal loan rates are some of the most competitive around and we believe that you shouldn’t have to spend your time worrying about high interest rates.

Find Out About Our Personal Loans, Rates, and More at First Bank in Asheville, NC

If you decide a personal loan isn’t for you, First Bank also has other great loan and credit options. We offer a Platinum Credit Card with Rewards, that enables you to make everyday purchases conveniently and securely. We also offer home equity loans and home equity lines of credit to help you make larger purchases, such as home improvements or college tuition.

To learn more about personal loans and rates, visit one of First Bank’s three Asheville, NC locations.

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