PNC Bank Personal Loan Review 2022 – Forbes Advisor

PNC Bank versus SoFi

While PNC Bank limits its personal loans to $35,000, SoFi lets you borrow up to $100,000. It also offers APRs starting at around 7% and allows you to apply with a co-applicant. If you’re looking to pay for a large project or expense, SoFi might be a preferable option to PNC Bank due to its much larger loan limits.

Related: SoFi Personal Loan Review

PNC Bank vs. Avant

Avant has the same borrowing limit as PNC Bank, with a maximum amount of $35,000. However, you must withdraw at least $2,000 with Avant, which is double the minimum amount with PNC. Avant’s rates also start higher (around 9%) than PNC Bank’s.

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PNC Bank vs Upgrade

Like PNC Bank, Upgrade lets you borrow as little as $1,000, but it offers larger loan amounts up to $50,000. This lender has a relatively low credit score requirement of 560 and lets you check your rates online with a soft credit check. It might be worth checking your rates with PNC Bank and Upgrade (as well as any other lenders that allow you to prequalify online) to see which offers you the best rate.

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