Personal Line of Credit

An Unsecured and Customizable Personal Loan

PNC will work with you to get you access to the money you need without the collateral requirements of other financing options[1].

 

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Check Current Personal Loan Rates*

Key Features

Customizable

You decide when and how much to borrow, up to your approved credit limit.

Get the Credit You Need

Credit lines range from $1,000 to $25,000.

Flexibility

No collateral necessary and no penalty for prepayment.


At a Glance

Minimum Line Amount $1,000
Maximum Loan Amount

$25,000

Minimum Draw Amount $50
Collateral None
Rate Variable rate, based upon Wall Street Journal Prime Rate*
Prepayment No prepayment penalty
Draw Period Continuous

Important Legal Disclosures and Information

  1. Credit is subject to approval. Certain restrictions and conditions apply.

*Check Personal Installment Loan and Personal Line of Credit Rates: APRs that will display include a 0.25% discount for automated payment from a PNC checking account. The lowest rates are available to well-qualified applicants. Your actual APR will be based upon multiple factors. Refer to “Important Disclosures" under “Get Rates” for more details.

BBVA USA has been acquired by The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. and is operating as an affiliate of PNC Bank, National Association. (PNC Bank, N.A.) until approximately October 12, 2021 when BBVA USA will be merged into PNC Bank, N.A. Both banks will continue to offer independent products. Product offerings may differ in underwriting guidelines, product features, terms, fees and pricing. You are free to apply at either bank for the products of your choice. You can also learn more by contacting us at 1-888-PNC-BANK.

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