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State Kansas
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Allowed (Our partner lenders provide payments in Kansas)
Loan amount limit $500
Loan terms 7-30 days
Finance rates 15% of loan
Finance charges $15
Maximum APR (Annual percentage rate) 390%

7637 Metcalf Avenue, Overland Park, KS 66204

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Overland Park

2910 Se California Avenue, Topeka, KS 66605

Kansas

Topeka

1113 E Santa Fe Street, Olathe, KS 66061

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Olathe

133 E 3rd Street, Newton, KS 67114

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Newton

3015 S 4th Street, Leavenworth, KS 66048

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Leavenworth

1019 Washington Road, Newton, KS 67114

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Newton

4625 Shawnee Drive, Kansas City, KS 66106

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Kansas City

3375 E 47th Street South, Wichita, KS 67216

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Wichita

4007 Parkview Drive, Pittsburg, KS 66762

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Pittsburg

2205 S 4th Street, Leavenworth, KS 66048

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Leavenworth


Frequently asked questions about online loans kansas

  • Hi:) I went to school in kansas taking online classes in the fall of 2009. I finished that semester but have not gotten a chance to go back because I had my son in jan of this yr. so I have been trying to go back but the school has told me that I have an outstanding balance that I have for some books that were not completely covered by that semesters funds. (when I applied for financial aid, I only accepted the pell grant I was given, not the loans because the pell grant was enough to cover my cost of school up until summer of this year) so I have been calling and calling and everyone keeps telling me that I cannot enroll or use any of my funds to pay this outstanding balance so that I can go back to school. but I thought that if I had the funds that they were to be used for school purposes and including outstanding balances that you may have. but they will not help me or do anything. I basically am being told to pay out of pocket and then we will help you. and I fell like if I have a pell grant loans of anything granted to me for school why am I having to jump through hoops to use it? someone please help me! if you need more details please email me or I will add them on here. I really need and want to finnish school. even if you have a number for me to call and get some clarity on this situation ill be very appreciated. Thank you:)
  • Financial aid will not cover outstanding balances, so if you owe any money, you'll have to pay that before you can enroll again. You won't be eligible for financial aid unless you are enrolled at least half-time, and the school won't let you enroll unless you pay... so, that's why you have to pay your previous balance first. From now on, accept the grants and loan money to make sure that everything is covered. If you receive a refund from loan money, you can always send that money straight back to the lender to pay off your loan -- you aren't required to keep it. My school automatically sends back any loan money that is leftover (instead of refunding it) to keep our balances down... if we would prefer the refund, then we have to specifically request this. Good luck to you, but you'll have to pay your balance before you can enroll again and receive financial aid at that school again.
  • You will not be able to get any future aid (pell grants, loans) to pay an old outstanding balance you have at the school. Sorry. They are correct, if you want to continue school you are going to have to pay your balance out of pocket. Since you did not get the loan, your grants were not enough to cover the entire cost. You can't/aren't eligible to get more from that previous semester that is already over. You have no hoops to jump through.. you simply pay the amount you owe and move on.
  • please note that the pell grant is awarded for the entire year and you get half of it in the fall semester and the rest in the spring semester. so they may not be holding it.. you may just not be owed any excess funds.
  • My husband and i live in kansas. We found a nice trailer for 20,000 and we want to buy it but he has no credit history and they wont run mine sence i am a stay at home mom. Is there any home buying programs in kansas that help people with no credit history. I have tried to look online and i find thing for people with had credit but it honestly looks like scams.
  • Honestly. No. No regular lender is going to touch a home loan for 20K. Try www.hud.gov; if there is anything available it might be there. Also try your county community development agency. Again, if there is a local program, it's their job to know.
  • Not a chance, dear. You are barking up a totally incorrect tree. WHY on earth would you buy a mobile home for that price ? Do you understand that mobile homes depreciate annually, similar to what a car depreciates ? If you eventually buy this mobile home, you will discover that it might BARELY be worth what you have paid over the years. I suggest that you spend your housing dollars on renting a premise. You will do far better renting.
  • No your only option is to borrow from family or ask the seller to hold the mortgage and pay them 1500 a month
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