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Need to buy a wedding dress, take an anniversary getaway or just want to upgrade your personal computer? Then apply for a Signature Loan. You can borrow as little as $1,000 up to $10,000 for 12 to 36 months.
Quickline of Credit
A Quickline Line of Credit provides standard overdraft protection for your One Nevada account(s). This added account protection option gives you easy access to funds during emergencies. Apply for a Overdraft Line of Credit today.
Selectline of Credit
Selectline Line of Credit is for members with higher account balances. You can establish a higher revolving line of credit to borrow against. Special convenience checks give you quick and easy access to funds up to $25,000. Low variable interest rates and flexible payment options are a few additional benefits to Selectline Lines of Credit. Apply for a Selectline of Credit today.
If you need to replace your air conditioner, buy a new refrigerator, tune up your car or even cover the cost of a medical procedure, an Emergency Loan is the loan for you. Emergency loans are short-term loans designed for responsible members who need access to credit in tough circumstances. Certain applicant conditions may apply.
Share Secured Loan
You’ll get immediate loan approval with a low variable rate Share Secured Loan. This loan allows you to borrow against the amount you have in your savings account for just 3 % over the savings rate. Plus, you have up to 60 months to pay the loan back.
Certificate Secured Loan
Get more out of your share certificate. A Certificate Secured Loan lets you borrow against your certificate for an immediate loan. Funds are released up to the total amount of the certificate.
Credit Builder Loan
You know how important it is to have good credit. A Credit Builder Loan is your key to establishing or reestablishing your credit. Here’s how it works: One Nevada loans you money that is deposited into a certificate of deposit. You make regular payments that are reported to the credit-reporting agencies. Once the loan is paid off, you get the certificate of deposit and have a better credit score.