Keigwin Finance - Title Loans in Mesa, Arizona

No one likes being in a tight spot financially, and it’s especially problematic if your credit score isn’t that good, because this makes your loan options more limited. Fortunately, credit scores never come into play for title loans in Mesa, making them a fantastic fast cash option. When you get a title loan, you’re using your car’s value to get the loan. Your car just needs to have a clear title, which means there’s no lienholder on it. Another benefit with title loans is that they’re very fast. If you need a loan that is funded the same day you apply for it, a title loan is the way to go.

Application Process

The simple application process is one thing borrowers love about title loans, but here at Keigwin Finance, we still wanted to improve on it. That’s why we’ve set up our very own online application for title loans in and near Mesa, AZ, which you’ll find here on this site. It’s a short application, requiring only basic information and typically taking under 30 seconds to complete. To go through the application, you’ll first need to provide the following info about your car:


  • The year
  • The make and model
  • The body style
  • An estimate on its mileage

Besides that, we will also need to get the following contact info:

  • Your full name
  • Your phone number
  • Your email address
  • Your ZIP code

After we’ve gotten all that, we’re already able to preapprove your title loan application and even come up with an estimate on your maximum Mesa loan amount. We’ll also instruct one of our helpful Keigwin Finance representatives to reach out to you as soon as they can and provide some more information.

What Documents Will You Need To Apply?

We often have customers asking about what they’ll need to provide in to get a title loan. That’s natural when you consider all the requirements with a traditional loan application – paystubs, bank statements and tax returns, to name just a few common documents prospective borrowers need to provide. It’s not that way with car title and registration loans in Mesa, AZ, though. We will only need you to have these three things:

Your Car Title
You should be listed as the owner of the car. We need to keep your car title while you’re paying back your title loan.
A form of government-issued ID
Federal law prohibits title loan borrowers under 18 years of age, and we need to check your date of birth to verify that you meet the age minimum.
Proof of income
We need to see that you have some source of income to repay your Mesa, AZ registration loan. It can be anything from a paycheck to alimony.

How It Works

We already mentioned the federal law requiring all title loan borrowers to be at least 18 years old. Besides that, title loan regulations are set by the state. Since Keigwin Financial offers title loans in Mesa, our loans follow Arizona’s regulations.

Rates

Let’s start with title loan interest rates. Arizona uses a sliding scale where the title loan interest rate depends on the amount borrowed. Here are the amount ranges with their corresponding interest rates:

  • For loans up to $500, the maximum monthly interest rate is 17 percent.
  • For loans in the $501 to $2,500 range, the maximum monthly interest rate is 15 percent.
  • For loans in the $2,501 to $5,000 range, the maximum monthly interest rate is 13 percent.
  • For loans over $5,000, the maximum monthly interest rate is 10 percent.

Loan Terms

The state hasn’t put any restrictions on registration title loan terms. The most common term length, both in Arizona and quite a few other states, is 30 days. You may want to know what will happen if you can’t pay your title loan off after the term is up. That’s when you can roll over the loan, which means you’re renewing it for another term that’s the same length as the old one.

Loan Extension

To roll over a Mesa, AZ registration title loan, you must pay any interest charges it has, but you don’t need to worry about the loan principal. The new term will have the same unpaid loan principal plus another interest charge. This obviously ends up costing you a bit extra, but it’s a better option than defaulting on a title loan, because that allows the lender to take your car and sell it.

Reposession

A lender doesn’t need to wait any minimum amount of time after you default to repossess your car, but they do need a court order to repossess it. If they come to repossess it and they can’t show you a court order, then you don’t need to give it up. If the lender sells your car and the amount of the sale is greater than what you owed them, then the lender needs to send you the surplus amount. However, if the amount of the sale doesn’t cover what you owed, then the lender can bill you for the deficiency.

Why wait? Apply now and get your cash today!