Charlottesville, Virginia Personal Loan for Bad Credit Companies

Allied Cash Advance Allied Cash Advance
1136 Emmet Street
Charlottesville, VA   22903
(703) 360-2244
Hours: M-Th 10am-6pm, F 10am-7pm, S 10am-2pm, Sn Closed
BB & T Bank BB & T Bank
305 East Jefferson Street
Charlottesville, VA   22902
(434) 293-2231
Hours: M-Th 9am-5pm, F 9am-6pm, S-Sn Closed
OneMain Financial OneMain Financial
1807 Seminole Trail Suite 101
Charlottesville, VA   22901
(434) 964-1069
Hours: M-F 9am-6pm, S-Sn Closed
Pioneer Bank Pioneer Bank
1710 Seminole Trail Suite 4
Charlottesville, VA   22901
(434) 296-2956
Hours: 22901
University of Virginia Community Credit Union University of Virginia Community Credit Union
1936 Arlington Boulevard
Charlottesville, VA   22903
(434) 964-2001
Hours: M-Th 9am-5pm, F 9am-6pm, S 9am-1pm, Sn Closed
Virginia Credit Union Virginia Credit Union
120 Seminole Court
Charlottesville, VA   22901
(434) 974-7191
Hours: M-Th 9am-5pm, F 9am-6pm, S 9am-12pm, Sn Closed
Wells Fargo Bank Wells Fargo Bank
123 East Main Street
Charlottesville, VA   22902
(434) 244-3900
Hours: M-Th 9am-5pm, F 9am-6pm, S 9am-1pm, Sn Closed

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$1,000 to $40,000 - Credit Score 650+
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Loans for Bad Credit Available in the Following Charlottesville, VA Zip Codes:

22901, 22902, 22903, 22904, 22905, 22906, 22907, 22908, 22909, 22910, 22911

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You simply cannot believe this day. It started great, but went down hill fast. You’ve spent six months looking for a job in Charlottesville after your last contract ended; you finally found one three months ago, but were told today that your contract at the new company will end next week. Heading to the Red Hub Food Company, you drown your sorrows in pulled pork barbeque, succotash and hush puppies that you now can’t afford. Listlessly looking through the Daily Progress classified ads, you don’t see any jobs you qualify for. This is the fourth time you’ve been out of work in as many years, and you just can’t bear the thought of starting yet another job search. You have an Information Systems Technology degree from Piedmont Virginia Community College, but the trend in your field is to use only contract employees. The hourly pay is higher, but the contract jobs have no benefits or security. To be honest, you’re not thrilled by the work or the uncertainty of the contracts and want to be more self-reliant.

As you’re turning the pages of the paper, you see an ad for lawn services. “Hmmm… there’s an idea,” you think. “I can do that.” It is your own personal a-ha moment. Through high school and college, you had a thriving neighborhood business, mowing and doing outside chores for your neighbors. You pulled out the lawn mower and the weed eater in the spring, and stayed busy until September, when there were plenty leaves to rake in the beautiful Virginian autumn. The winters in Charlottesville are on the mild side, but there were usually a few snowfalls giving you sidewalks to shovel, and you helped prepare flowerbeds and raised gardens for spring planting. You love spending time outdoors, and frankly enjoy working in the dirt more than sitting in front of a computer. If you can make enough money, you could open a lawn maintenance business and be your own boss. No more contracts, no more layoffs!

Pulling out your calculator you start making a list of services you can offer and the equipment necessary to provide the services. Riding lawn mower, industrial weed eater, rakes, hoes, snow/leaf blower. Maybe a tiller. You’ll need business cards and a simple website. Looking on line you discover that the lawn mower you need will probably cost about $2500 at Charlottesville Power Equipment, and you’ll need a trailer to pull it. You find a trailer on Craigslist for $600. Estimating the income you can generate per week, minus expenses, you feel like you can make enough money to have a profitable business. But to get started, you’ll need to get a personal loan and aren’t sure if that is possible – with your sporadic employment situation in the past few years, you struggle with bad credit.

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