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Rateweb Personal Loan Calculator

It is important to calculate your estimated monthly repayments before applying for your loan. Rateweb Loan Calculator estimates the monthly payments and total interest costs of a personal loan.


Personal Loan Calculator

Let Rateweb help you get the best Personal Loan for your needs fast


Features

Quick Easy Flexible

Personal loans can range between R300 and R200,000 with a minimum repayment of 12 months, and a maximum repayment period of 72 months.

Low Rates

From 12 To 72 Months - Interest From As Low As 13%.

Quick & Easy

2 Mins is all you need, to complete this form and get contacted by the best loan provider suited for your profile

No Penalty

We try our very best to get you a loan provider that offers no prepayment penalty loans.

How to pre-qualify for a personal loan?

Most South African personal loan lenders allow you to pre-qualify for a loan and examine anticipated interest rates without affecting your credit score. You will normally be required to supply basic personal information, such as your employment status and annual income, as well as your reason for borrowing and loan amount asked.

Understanding your personal loan results

Monthly Repayment: This is the monthly payment you can anticipate based on the loan amount, length, and predicted rate. When you choose a longer loan term, your monthly payments will be lower.

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