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The Capricornian Personal Loans

The Capricornian is a community-owned bank that is 100 per cent owned by its members, and is Central Queensland’s only local customer-owned bank.

As a small financial institution, The Capricornian only has six branches for its members to visit, all located in Central Queensland.

In addition to personal loans, The Capricornian also offers members products such as savings accounts, bank accounts, credit cards, insurance and home loans.

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Thinking about taking out a personal loan with The Capricornian? Use our personal loan calculator to see how much you’d have to repay under different borrowing scenarios. You can also see how The Capricornian personal loans compare with other options.

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Features of a The Capricornian personal loan

Members of The Capricornian have access to a variety of personal loan options. Secured and unsecured loans are available with variable interest rates.

There is an establishment fee payable for The Capricornian personal loans. However, the fee amount is on par with what members would find at the major banks.

The Capricornian personal loans have no ongoing fees. There is also no penalty fee for early repayments, and redraw facilities are available for members with a The Capricornian personal loan.

The Capricornian personal loan interest rates range from moderately high to high depending on the loan type. Use RateCity to compare personal loan rates from The Capricornian and other Australian personal lenders.

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With only six branches to visit, The Capricornian members will need to live in Central Queensland to receive face-to-face customer service.

Members can also handle their banking needs online or over the phone.

Who is eligible for a The Capricornian personal loan?

The following criteria must be met to be eligible for a personal loan from The Capricornian:

  • Over 18
  • Member of The Capricornian
  • Permanent Australian resident
  • Provision of income verification, evidence of debts and history of savings

How to apply for a The Capricornian personal loan

Members of The Capricornian can apply for a personal loan via the following methods:

  • In person at a branch
  • Online
  • By phone

The Capricornian personal loans review

The Capricornian has a range of personal lending products for its members to choose from. This includes secured and unsecured loans with variable interest rates.

These loans could be used for expenses such as holidays, weddings or cars, or for debt consolidation.

Borrowers looking for cost-savings might not be satisfied with personal loan interest rates from The Capricornian. Depending on the loan type, rates range from moderately high to high. Those shopping around for a personal loan can use RateCity to find the best personal loan rates for their circumstances.

Borrowers can expect to pay an establishment fee when starting their personal loan with The Capricornian. However, this fee is about the same as what is charged by the major banks.

Redraw facilities with no fees are available for borrowers who would like to take out money already paid back on their personal loan.

FAQs

It may be much more difficult for a self-employed borrower to successfully apply for a personal loan if they also have bad credit. Many lenders already consider self-employed borrowers to be riskier than those in full time employment, so several self-employed personal loans require borrowers to have excellent credit.

If you’re a self-employed borrower with a bad credit history, there may still be personal loan options available to you, such as securing your personal loan against a vehicle of equity in a property, though your interest rates may be higher than those of other borrowers. Consider contacting a lender before applying to discuss your options.

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