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We Specialise in Personal Loans

Personal Loans Auckland

At Kiwi Mortgages, we specialise in personal loans in Auckland. This means we have access to the best personal loan products from leading providers, ensuring you get the best deal for your needs.

This includes options for the duration of the loan, the interest rate, the monthly repayment, and more. We also have options covering a range of different types of loan, so you can get the cash you need, when you need. Contact us today to find out more.

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Personal Loans for a Range of Purposes

  • Car purchases
  • Home improvement loans
  • Debt consolidation loans
  • Holiday purchase loans
  • Loans to fund major purchases or expenses
  • And more

Expert, Friendly Advice for Personal Loan in Auckland

Our clients choose us for personal loans because they get a wide choice of options and expert advice. You can expect the same standard of service when you talk to us.

We also make the process of applying for a personal loan as easy as possible. Once you decide on the loan product you want to apply for, we will complete and submit the application, following up with the lender as required. It couldn’t be simpler.

To speak our personal loan broker in Auckland, please contact us today by calling 0508 33 22 11.

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FQA’s

How much can I borrow?

You can borrow anything from $500 to $20,000. This amount can be more depending on the situation and security used give us a call on 0508 33 22 11

Am I eligible for a personal Loan?

If you are a New Zealand citizen and over 18 years old, you can apply to borrow any amount over $500.

What is a Secured/Unsecured Personal Loan?

A secured loan, where the borrower provides an asset (e.g. a car or property) as security and Unsecured loan is when there is no requirement for you to provide any collateral or security for a loan.

What is a debt consolidation loan?

Debt consolidation simply means getting one loan to pay off several others.

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