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Have Bad Credit, but need $15,000? Houston, Texas

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A few people have come to us with the same problem in the last few days – they have bad credit, but they need a loan for $15,000. These Houston, Texas based clients often need a bad credit personal loan for the same things. Typically these loans are for things like paying for they children’s tuition or purchasing a car, but there is always one thing in common. These people are looking for bad credit loans to finance a depreciating asset. The interesting part of this is the “bad credit”. Bad credit is often synonymous with “high interest” and so using money obtained in this way is often not the best idea. This post will explain why it’s not the best and provide a few alternative ideas for how to finance this type of asset in Houston, Texas.

Let’s start by getting something out of the way – the interest on a $15,000 bad credit loan will be pretty high. A good credit client might pay something like $2,000 in interest while a bad credit client may pay up to $4,000 or even $5,000. This is a pretty steep increase for those of us who have just made a financial mistake or two in our lives, but this is the way of the world. Even in Houston where businesses are thriving, the loan market still capitalizes on those of us with bad credit.

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