Whatever your goal, borrowing from NZCU Baywide could be just what you need to finance your next step in life. Read more about our loans.
*Terms and conditions and normal lending criteria apply. An approval fee of $250 plus other third party service fees may apply. View our full list of rates and fees here.
Rates & Loan Information
At NZCU Baywide, we don’t just focus on credit scores or how the numbers look on paper. We listen to your story and work with you to find the best personal finance option available for your situation. We offer competitive rates for both, secured and unsecured finance. Use the lending calculator above to find out how much you could borrow and how much you could save by borrowing from NZCU Baywide.
Our interest rates are priced using a risk matrix that takes into consideration a range of factors including an individual's credit score and affordability. Based on the assessment of and individual's financial information provided we will assign a risk grade and the corresponding interest rate could apply.
Secured personal lending rates
|Interest rate %p.a.||9.90%||13.90%||17.90%||21.90%|
Unsecured personal lending rates
|Interest rate %p.a.||11.90%||15.90%||19.90%||23.90%|
Note: These are indicative rates only and may be subject to change without notice.
For information on our loan agreements and terms and conditions click here.
When applying for a credit loan it's important to consider all of the costs involved.
Below is an example of the total costs included over the term of a secured vehicle loan:
$15,000 personal borrowing
+ $250 approval fee
+ $36.51 third party charges (credit check, vehicle check and registering security over vehicle)
Set up over a term of 3 years (156 weeks) at 9.9% p.a. interest = weekly repayments of $111.70.
Use our lending calculator above and apply online for finance today. Contact us for more information or to speak with our team.
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What can I use my personal loan for?
The short answer? Absolutely anything! At NZCU Baywide we don’t decide what you do with your money. Instead, we simply facilitate the lending process, so that as soon as the money hits your account you’re free to live your best financial life.
Whether you choose to pay off some of your debts and boost your savings, invest in your future with a term investment, step outside your door and explore the world, or simply renovate your kitchen; here are just a few of the ways you could use your finance.
Are your debts are weighing you down? Debt consolidation can help you break free from the dreaded debt cycle and start your journey on the path to a better financial life. So whether it’s credit cards, hire purchases or overdue utility bills, a debt consolidation loan can bring all of your debts together into one easy-to-manage monthly repayment with a lower interest rate that can save you time and money.
Whether you’re picking up a shiny new set of wheels, or financing a used vehicle, we can make the purchasing process easy and ensure you’re behind the wheel sooner rather than later with our pre-approved car loan. Pre-approved vehicle finance will give you the confidence, power and knowledge that you have the finance ready and waiting when the perfect set of wheels comes along.
Are you holding off on the holiday of your dreams? Need a little extra spending money to make it a trip to truly remember? With a holiday loan from NZCU Baywide, you can finally turn those dreams into reality, and return with the Instagram selfies and holiday snaps to prove it. Just be sure to send us a postcard while you’re out there.
Home improvements are one of the easiest, most effective ways to add value to your property. But even if the idea of selling the family home is foreign to you, they’re still a great way to transform the way you live. A long-awaited extra room, perhaps? Or maybe the kitchen of your dreams? It’s all possible with a loan for home renovations.
Helpful finance guides
You’ve shopped around, read more than a few how-to guides, and now you’re ready to send in your loan application. Congratulations! Before you do, though, we think there are a few more things you should consider that may well save you time and money. Keep reading to learn more about the things you probably didn’t know about personal loans, whether it's for renovations, a holiday, or studies.
At NZCU Baywide we specialise in both secured finance and unsecured finance. Typically, secured lending is obtained by using collateral as a form of security - such as a vehicle or boat - which can grant you a larger credit amount and a smaller interest rate. While unsecured lending, on the other hand, is obtained without the use of collateral or security, resulting in a higher rate and a smaller cash amount.
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