Loan application form

Fill your loan application form online with Checkall. Simply complete the loan application form and receive your desired loan.

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Monthly rate
Monthly loan installment already for 4.9%. CHF 507.00
Monthly credit installment up to max. 9.9% (depending on creditworthiness) CHF 513.90

The total interest cost is between CHF 507.00 (4.9 % effective) and CHF 513.90 (9.9 % effective), depending on creditworthiness. Lending is prohibited if it leads to over-indebtedness (Art. 3 UWG).

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Do you own your own home?

Die Eigenheimadresse entspricht der Wohnadresse.

What is a loan application form?

A loan application form is a formal request that you submit to a bank, credit institution or other lender to apply for financial assistance in the form of a loan. The loan application form contains information about the desired loan amount, the purpose of the loan and your personal financial information.

What information is required in a loan application form?

The following information is required in a loan application form:

  • Your full name and date of birth
  • Your contact information (address, telephone number, e-mail address)
  • Your employment details (employer, income, length of employment)
  • Your financial information (income, monthly expenses and existing debts)
  • Information about the desired loan amount and intended use

How can I send a loan application form?

You can send a loan application form in 3 ways:

  • Online via the lender's website
  • In person at a branch or office of the lender
  • By telephone, by contacting the lender's customer service centre

What documents are usually submitted with a loan application form?

The documents that must be submitted with a loan application form are as listed below:

  • Proof of income (payslips, tax returns)
  • Proof of existing debts (credit card statements, credit reports)
  • Identification documents (identity card, passport)
  • Collateral documents if the loan is secured (e.g. property valuations for mortgage loans)