Personal Loans:
Resources & Lender Reviews

Personal loans are used to consolidate credit card debt, finance weddings, fund home improvement projects, pay for moving expenses, and so much more. Check out some of the best resources to help you shop for a personal loan.

How to get a personal loan

You can get a personal loan in just a few steps by checking your credit, reviewing requirements, and comparing lenders. Here's what you should know.

Personal loan lender reviews

Check out our reviews of Credible's personal loan lender partners to help you find the right fit for your needs.


If you’ve been thinking about taking out a personal loan, Avant is a lending platform worth considering.


Axos Bank offers personal loans up to $35,000 to borrowers with good to excellent credit.


Best Egg offers personal loans to borrowers with good credit.


With Discover personal loans, you might be able to borrow up to $35,000 and get your money as soon as the next business day after acceptance.


FreedomPlus offers personal loans that you can get funded in as soon as two business days.


If you let LendingClub pay your creditors directly, you could get a lower rate to pay off your credit cards or other debt.


LendingPoint offers personal loans as low as $2,000 to borrowers with below average credit.


LightStream offers higher loan amounts than most personal loan lenders — up to $100,000.


Goldman Sachs is for debt consolidation and is an affordable option for taking care of unexpected expenses or financing home repairs or improvements.


Payoff offers some of the lowest personal loan rates to qualified borrowers.


PenFed offers small personal loans to borrowers with good to excellent credit.


Prosper has some the lowest minimum personal loan rates around and is a good option for debt consolidation or home improvement projects.


SoFi personal loans offer competitive rates for those who have excellent credit.


Upgrade offers personal loans as low as $1,000 to borrowers.


Upstart offers personal loans for many purposes, including paying off credit card debt or making large purchases.

Personal loans by loan amount

No matter how much you need for a loan, you can usually find a lender that can help. Typically, you can find personal loan amounts between $1,000 and $100,000.

What you should know about personal loans

Whether you have good credit, fair credit, or in between — there's a personal loan lender out there for you.

Learn more about personal loans

Check out more of our articles on personal loans, so you're prepared when it comes to taking out a loan to cover expenses.