FREE Loan Agreement Review with insights and recommendations
Every one of our loan analysts have ten years of lending experience, so they can see through the legalese and tell you what the loan terms really mean.
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How it works:
- Black out any personal or identifying information in your loan agreement (for instance, last name, social security number, address)
- Upload the agreement using the webform on this page.
- Within 2 business days, our analysts will send you a review.
Why is it important to review my loan agreement?
The loan agreement explains everything that you will be responsible for. The information in that agreement will tell you what kinds of fees you might be charged, what happens if you are late on your payments, and other restrictions that might not be obvious.
What kinds of insights will the free loan agreement review give me?
The Yukon Project analysts have been in the lending industry for years. They use that experience to highlight key components to your lending agreement and how it might compare to other lenders. The free loan agreement review will summarize fees, payment restrictions, and potential pitfalls to look out for.
Will The Yukon Project tell me if I should take a loan?
The free loan agreement review will not tell you whether taking a loan would be a good idea in your circumstances, but it will highlight things in the agreement they believe that you should be aware of.
What are the important components of a loan agreement?
The most important components to a loan agreement are the principal, covenants, guarantees, collateral bound by the loan, interest rate, duration of the loan, and fees that might be incurred. The loan agreement will also often talk about what happens in the event of a default.
Disclaimer: The content provided by TheYukonProject.com is for educational and informational purposes only and does not constitute financial or legal advice. It is not intended as a substitute for professional advice. We use our experience in the industry to highlight key components to your lending agreement and how it might compare to other lenders. It is not meant to be a substitute for legal advice.