Personal Loans for bad credit in NJ


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At Fulton Bank of New Jersey, we want to make it easy for you to get the line of credit or loan you want. Whatever you need, we have a way to help.

We offer competitive rates and a professional staff that can help you decide which lending option best suits your financial needs. Whether you need a vacation, wish to renovate your home, pay off existing bills or for other reasons large or small, the choice is easy... a line of credit or loan from Fulton Bank of New Jersey!

Home Equity Line of Credit
Leverage the value of your real estate to access to funds.

Other Lines of Credit
Access to funds to draw upon as needed.

Automobile Loan
View loan options to purchase a new or used car.

Personal Loan
Requires no collateral, typically for small amounts.

Residential Mortgages
Learn about a variety of mortgage loan options.

Student Loans
Helpful websites for students.

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Interesting facts

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Popular Q&A

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Where could a person get home equity mortgage loans in Florida?

There are many companies that offer home equity mortgage loans in Florida. Bank of America and Wells Fargo both offer this type of loans across the country, including Florida.

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Where to File a Promissory Note for a personal loan in the state of Florida

This depends on the amount at issue. If the claim is under $2,500, then you are in small claims court. Otherwise, you must file your law suit in civil court. If there is language in the promissory note that specifies the jurisdiction and venue, then you must file the lawsuit in the venue indicated therein. If no such language in included, then you must file where the defendant resides, or where the cause of action accrued (usually where the payments where to be delivered in this type of case).