Going away for Easter? Would a holiday loan help?

Easter is nearly here and it’s a perfect opportunity for a four day break that doesn’t come out of our annual leave! Are you considering going away but aren’t sure if you have got enough in the kitty to cover all the costs? If so, would a holiday loan help?

What is a holiday loan?

At Fair Go Finance we offer all types of personal loans, including holiday loans. As the name suggests, a holiday loan can be used towards any expenses relating to travel. Here are just a few things a holiday loan can help with.

  • Flights/Fares
  • Accommodation
  • Petrol (if you are planning a road trip)
  • Entertainment expenses
  • Equipment
  • Spending money etc.

How much can I borrow?

At Fair Go Finance we can fund holiday loans from $500 – $10,000. These loans are available to residents all over Australia, with good or bad credit. If you need a holiday loan over $5,000 then our specialised broking department may be able to assist. To assist you with a larger loan, Fair Go Finance’s experienced broker team research their panel of lenders and hopefully find a lender who can assist. The key to borrowing any amount of money is firstly reviewing your budget and working out how much you can comfortably afford to repay each month. For any type of loan, how much you can borrow directly relates to how much you can afford in repayments, so we recommend you do a budget first, so you can see how much surplus money you have each month that could go towards a loan. Once you know this, you can contact us and we can give you an idea of how much you could borrow.

How quickly will I get the money?

Our application process is incredibly quick and easy to complete. By completing the application form, you will receive an immediate assessment outcome notification. If your outcome is a conditional approval, all you need to do is provide us some supporting documents. You will have a dedicated loan assessor who will then verify all your information and finalise your assessment. If formally approved, funds will be transferred that same day into your nominated bank account. So the quicker you can get your documents to us, the quicker the outcome!

How do I apply for a holiday loan?

With Fair Go Finance, all you need to do to get started is to complete our very quick and easy application form. Learn more about our holiday loans, or check out our frequently asked questions. If you don’t have any more questions and would like to apply, then why wait? Here is link to our personal loans application form. From all of us here at Fair Go Finance, we wish you a safe and happy Easter holiday!

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