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State Iowa
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Allowed (Our partner lenders provide payments in Iowa)
Loan amount limit $500
Loan terms Max: 31 days
Finance rates  $15: $0-$100 on face amount of check; $10 per $100 thereafter
Finance charges $16.67
Maximum APR (Annual percentage rate) 433%

333 14th Street, Bettendorf, IA 52722

Iowa

Bettendorf

908 Laporte Road, Waterloo, IA 50702

Iowa

Waterloo

620 Lincoln Way No. 3, Ames, IA 50010

Iowa

Ames

3527 Spring Street, Davenport, IA 52807

Iowa

Davenport

115 N Ankeny Boulevard, Ankeny, IA 50023

Iowa

Ankeny

902 W Kimberly Road, Davenport, IA 52806

Iowa

Davenport

150 John F Kennedy Road, Dubuque, IA 52002

Iowa

Dubuque

1067 Highway 6 East, Iowa City, IA 52240

Iowa

Iowa City

217 East 5th Street, Waterloo, IA 50703

Iowa

Waterloo

1608 S Duff Avenue No. 200, Ames, IA 50010

Iowa

Ames


Frequently asked questions about cash loans in iowa

  • my friend has an outstanding past due car title loan in iowa from one of those rip off car title for cash places. She owes them over $2500 dollars for $1000 back when she got the loan. I am not sure how these work in iowa since they have been banned. She wanted to get a duplicate title and sell the car so she wouldnt have to pay them back. Is this possible? Can she get a duplicate title before they try to repo the car and sell it? is there any laws against them repocessing the car since it has since been banned.
  • They probably submitted a lien to the state. Especially since she is behind on the loan.This will be recorded on the title so the car cannot be sold to anyone unless the debt is satisfied first so they can release the title. So getting a duplicate title does nothing. Your paper work from the loan co should tell you if and when they can repo it.............UJN
  • In Iowa, you may legally change it once, so its a permanent thing. Anyways, multiple questions: How hard was it to change your paperwork (ID's, Diploma's, Degrees, Credit Cards, loans, etc)? How did parents feel about it? Friends? Employers? Co-workers? How about you a few years later after having done it? And finally, this question doesn't pertain to people who have only changed their last names. I am speaking, at minimum, First and Last name.
  • First you need to complete a form and get cash. See Link below. Once this is "officially" processed obtain a goodly number of "official copies" Receipt mail a copy to your HS school, Your colleges (all of them) to SSA --- The receipt gives you some verification that they got it and demand several updated transcript(s) and diploma if possible, Then go to your DMV and get your DL or ID after which you seek your passport. The process is not that hard but it can get expensive --- while waiting for the "official" name change in your state court collect the addresses of all schools and the address of the bureau of vital stats in your birth state --- notify them of your name change and to flag your birth records for anyone who is seeking copies will not be you? [It is possible that you name change request will appear on legal notification and unethical people will seek to stanch up on all of your "old" id for ID fraud.
  • Hello. I currently live in Iowa and am wanting to move out of my condo, to a house - the catch is for the same price. I don't want to buy anything more expensive, I am only looking to spend what I get out of my condo. If I sell this place for sale by owner, what all fees would I be looking at in purchasing a house? This retails for around 109-112k. Only knowledgeable answers please!
  • Are you paying cash or getting another loan? We can't answer without knowing that.
  • Well, FSBO isn't that great of a deal. People looking at your house will assume they can get it for less because you aren't using an agent. Your condo will get far less exposure (most likely take longer to sell), and you will need to hire a lawyer to make sure all the paperwork is done right. Closing costs: potentially his agent's commission, escrow, doc fees, title, transfer fee . . .
  • If your place is worth around $110K, the likelihood that you can get more than $90K for an FSBO would be next to impossible. It's like buying a car = you don't get retail when you are selling private party.
  • Closing costs to obtain a new mortgage ... assuming you use all of what you receive when selling as down payment, closing costs would likely be in the $2000 to $2500 range. Call your bank or credit union and have them qualify you and estimate closing costs.
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