Online Personal Loans in Arizona
Through 36MonthLoans.com any arizonan over the age of 18 with a regular income can apply completely online for one of our 36 month installment loans. Personal loans in Arizona have low interest rates as low as 11.24% APR, and a maximum loan amount of $5,000. However only the best borrowers, with perfect credit scores will receive the lowest interest rate. The other two advantages of online personal loans is that they can be repaid in monthly or bi-weekly installments over long periods of time, even up to 36 months in some cases. Personal loans in Arizona are affordable, convenient and completely online and you can apply for one at any time.
Arizona - Rates & Terms
$1,000 - $5,000
Interest Rate / APR:
12 months - 36 months
If you meet the requirements and qualify for one of our personal loans we will provide you with a financial solution tailored to your needs, based on your financial eligibility. Once approved for a loan you will be provided the full details of the offer including: interest rate, repayment term, payment amount and the total cost of the loan.
Credit Scores in Arizona:
In 2011 Experian, one of the largest credit reporting agencies in the USA compiled the average credit scores for all of the 50 states. It did so by analyzing over 3 million credit profiles, with credit scores ranging from 330 to 830. At that time, the average credit score of Arizona was 676 ranking the state on the 41st position. At that time the average credit score of the United States of America was 687
More about Installment Loans in Arizona
Arizona, the Grand Canyon State is situated in the southwestern part of the country and is one of the Four Corners states along with Utah, Colorado and New Mexico. The Copper State as it is also sometimes called is the 6th largest in the country and the 15th largest based on population. Arizona is mostly known for its desert climate in the south and it's signature landmark, the Grand Canyon.
From an economic standpoint the State of Arizona is a very healthy state with an economy larger than some countries such as Finland, Ireland or New Zealand. The state's economy is not as diverse as in other states and consist mostly of: transportation, healthcare and government. The early arizonan economy was based on the so called "Five C's": copper, cotton, cattle, citrus and climate, the last one referring to tourism. Currently the most visited tourist spots in Arizona are the northern ski resorts in areas such as Flagstaff, Alpine and Tucson and of course the natural beauties which include several national parks and forests, national monuments and of course the Grand Canyon, the largest canyon in the world, visible from space.
Although the state of Arizona is a healthy one economically speaking, not all of it's residents live with a large paycheck. As with every country in the world there will be those in need of financial assistance. For those there are many possibilities, from bank loans to quick online loans. A balance between the two are online personal loans which share advantages with both.
State of Arizona Economic Indicators:
- Income per capita: $34,999 (2010)
- Average weekly wage: $859 (third quarter of 2013)
- Average household income: $46,709 (2011) 
- State Expenditures ($ in Millions):29,293 (2013) 
- Unemployment rate: %6.9