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State Illinois
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Loan amount limit lesser of $1000 or 25% gross monthly income.  Payday installment loan lesser of 22.5% gross monthly income or $1,000.
Loan terms 13 to 120 days. Payday installment loans 112 to 180 day terms.
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2518 College Avenue, Alton, IL 62002

Illinois

Alton

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Illinois

Rockford

300 W Fairchild Street, Danville, IL 61832

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Danville

6029 N Lincoln Avenue, Chicago, IL 60659

Illinois

Chicago

2949 11th Street, Rockford, IL 61109

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Rockford

211 S Larkin Avenue No. Centre, Joliet, IL 60436

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Joliet

2324 W War Memorial Drive, Peoria, IL 61614

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Peoria

306 W Fairchild Street, Danville, IL 61832

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Danville

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Normal

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Kankakee


Frequently asked questions about cash loan illinois

  • if you financed the car the bank or where ever you financed has the title until you pay off the loan. if you payed cash or however and bought it on the spot you should have the title in hand, then it goes through the DMV, never took more then a day in VA, not sure bout IL.
  • I don't have a car but a 4-wheeler tite is almost the same thing.....about 2 or so yrs.
  • I invited a friend to live here without rent in illinois. she does nothing around the house she owes me 700.00 dollars and i let her use my car. i gave her gas money for 2 weeks untill she gets check from work. it is not working out and we fight all the time. this is my parents house and they r sick of us fighting they want her out. what are my rights in illinois. do i have to go to court or can i just tell her to leave. do i need the police to remove her or can i throw her out without notice? i have told her she has one week to go and she is still here. she begged me to stay and she said things will be different but it has not changed dad wants his peace he is 91 what are my rights?
  • It depends on how long your friend has been there. Typically a person can establish legal tenancy in as little as a month, but that depends on how smart the person is. And one of the ways to prove a person lives somewhere is if they receive mail there. So if your friend can't produce a single envelope with your address and their name, you are good to give them the boot. Call the cops if necessary, but simply taking their key and putting their stuff on the porch (or garage) when they are asleep works well too. As far as the $700 you will have to sue in small claims court, but don't bother unless you can prove the money was actually loaned. Chalk up the cash to an expensive lesson learned.
  • She has no right to stay. You invited her to stay a few weeks. Time is up. There is no rental contract, nor exchange for services. This would fall under Police jurisdiction rather than the courts since there is no evidence to present. As far as the $700 go, if you have evidence such as a check or promissory note, the police can't help you. You must go to court to collect or to receive judgement for future collection. The best place is Small Claims court because of costs and its informal forum.
  • Guessing you're a male? I manage apartments in IL. If she does not have a lease with you then you can get rid of her whenever you want. This is touchy though. she could make up a story about you....desperate people do desperate things. I probably wouldn't just throw her out without a third party involved though that certainly is an option. She could come back and file a domestic violence complaint about you or something. Get someone involved. I'd contact the police. inform them of the situation and ask assistance in removing her. I don't see any scenario where you need to go to court for this.
  • Last condo I bought, my friend was a loan officer, he paid most of my closing cost,all I paid was 1yrs taxes. About $2500. Now he is not around, I am buying another condo. New realtor is a family friend. How much commission is she getting. If she wont pay half of my closing cost can I change the realtor. I know other realtors who would gladly share their commission. Any advice.
  • Why on earth would you expect your realtor to pay for some of your closing costs ? She is not in the loan business, and cannot reduce these costs in any way other than by cash out of her pocket. Your last friend didn't 'pay' for your closing costs. It was merely a reduction as a gesture of good faith. If you change realtors after having looked at the property, you risk either yourself or the seller being exposed to dual commissions. And, NO, realtors do not 'share their commissions'. In my state that is considered illegal and unethical.
  • First off, your friend could adjust the closing costs because he wrote the loan. He didn't pay them out of pocket. Your Realtor can't do that. The commission is deteremined by the seller. Its usually about 2-3% for both the buyer's Realtor and the sellers. This is the only way the Realtor gets paid so I don't understand why a Realtor would share their commission. Do you share your wages with your customers or clients?
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