What Is an Emergency Loan?

An emergency loan is a personal loan that you can use to pay for urgent expenses.1

If you’ve recently experienced a financial crisis, had an accident, or just need extra money to prevent problems, an emergency loan could help.

So, if you’re in a hurry, you can get pre-qualified fast and we’ll be in touch soon.

How to Get an Emergency Loan

Prequalifying for a emergency loan is simple.

Fill out a pre-qualification request (this won't affect your credit score) or visit your local branch.
2 Verify your information during the loan application process. Make sure everything is accurate!

Sign documents in your local branch and get the funds to directly pay off your creditors. 3

Get Pre-Qualified

  Why Get an Emergency Loan from Republic Finance?


Fill out a pre-qualification application. This won't affect your credit score.


Got a moment? You can pre-qualify in minutes with no impact on your credit score.


Our customers love us. More than ten thousand customers rated us on Feefo an average of 4.9 out of 5 stars last year.

What Are the Advantages of an Emergency Loan?

  • Timely process. When time is of the essence, an emergency loan could deliver help fast.   
  • Fully serviced. Our loan specialists are available every step of the way to answer questions.
  • Predictable payments. Our repayment plans are fixed, so your monthly payment amount remains consistent.   

How Do Emergency Loans Work?

Emergency loans work by providing financial relief when life throws you a curveball.

When the basement floods, the car breaks down, or the doctor’s bill comes in, you might need a little help in the short term, and fast!

Help in the form of a loan can get you funds urgently. You can pay it back later in monthly installments. For many, the loan application process can be completed online; there’s no need to even get off your couch.3

What Are the Emergency Loan Requirements?

For an Emergency loan you need to enter your information to see if you qualify.

Not sure if you might qualify for an emergency loan offer? Prequalifying is a simple way to get started and only takes a few minutes; just check out our online prequalification page. The check won’t affect your credit score!

You’ll know quickly if you pre-qualify. Then, you can choose a branch location to work with or possibly continue online.

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1. For typical applicants, loan offers feature quotes for loans with terms of 12 to 60 months. As an example, if you borrowed $7,000 with a 30.04% Annual Percentage Rate (“APR”) and a 60-month term, your payments would be $226.47 per month. This example is based on an average customer with good credit. APRs will not exceed 35.99%. Loan terms (e.g., rates, origination fees and max. loan amounts) apply based on your state of residence and may vary depending on your creditworthiness. Optional voluntary products are available for purchase with any secured loan extended, based on qualifying factors. Not all consumers will qualify. Additionally, not all consumers will be eligible to apply for an online unsecured loan through Republic Finance’s website. Secured loan applications and closings must be completed with a branch employee, and not on our website. Secured loans will have collateral and insurance requirements. The purchase of any required insurance from Republic Finance is optional. Auto-secured loans require a first lien on a vehicle that is titled in your name, and which has valid insurance. Current customers: some current customers may not be eligible for a loan refinance. All refinance applications and closings must be completed with a branch employee, and not on our website.
2. If you qualify for electronic funding, the funds will be deposited in your bank account within 1-2 business days. When closing a loan in a physical Republic Finance office location, you will receive your funds the same day in the form of a paper check.
3. Not all consumers are eligible to apply online.

Note: Insurance products offered by Republic Finance vary by your state of residence. For more information, contact or visit your local Republic Finance branch.