MFI loan amounts and payment periods were renewed!
The MFI has renewed its lending service to consumers in a better direction.
When a loan of up to EUR 30,000 was previously available for a service, the new maximum is now EUR 50,000.
There are also changes in payment times, the longest possible payment period was 12 years, now the new payment period is up to 15 years.
Thanks to this reform, the MFI is now even more versatile in loan services.
With the reform, the MFI really challenges all the traditional stone banks.
Why not leave your time for a loan negotiation when you can apply for a loan of up to 50,000 euros easily from your home.
More information about the reform.
The reform of the MFI changed the following:
- Old loan amounts were 500 – 30,000 euros -> New loan amounts are 500 – 50,000 euros.
- Old payment dates were 2 – 12 years -> New payment dates are 1 – 15 years.
It is only possible to apply for a new 15-year loan amount for loans over EUR 30,000.
That is, if you apply for a loan of between EUR 500 and EUR 30,000, the payment period will be between 1 and 12 years.
For loan amounts between 30,000 and 50,000 euros, you can choose a payment period of 1 to 15 years.
With MFI, you can save time and money.
The MFI is undoubtedly one of Finland’s most versatile loan services.
By using the service, you can save considerable sums on repayment of loans.
Here are some of the most important benefits you can get from MFIs free of charge:
- The MFI is looking for and competing for the size of the loan you want.
- Loan offers come from several banks and finance companies.
- You can apply for a consolidation loan and combine several small loans and installments into one cheaper bank loan.
- You can combine the consumer credit you are looking for with your existing consumer credit and pay only for one loan.
- You can compete for your existing old loan again.
Compete for a new or old loan through MFI today!
It won’t cost you anything, but you could save a good amount of money on repayment.
Since you last competed for your old loan again?