For Cash Advances:
- A recent paycheck stub or other proof of income
- An active checking account
- A blank check from your checking account
- Valid driver’s license or state-issued ID
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Grand Rapids, MI is home to 2 Cash Store locations currently offering cash advances. We also offer a quick and easy application process, no credit history requirements for getting a loan approval, and a respectful and customer friendly staff. Please take a look below at our store details and give us a call or stop in. We will be here ready to assist you.
"The staff is great! Everyone is so helpful and friendly and very professional. I feel like they enjoy their job and are so eager to make sure you are happy when you leave." - Cindy L.
“The girls that work at this Cash Store are always very friendly, especially Alex. They make it seem like you're not a desperado because you're getting cash." - Julie P.
The city of Grand Rapids, Michigan began as a fur trading post and a blacksmith shop in 1826. As the fur trade grew, the city became a popular destination for pioneering settlers, mostly from New England, looking to start a new life. Over time, a robust lumber and furniture industry was established. When the railroads came through in the 1850’s, Grand Rapids developed into a manufacturing center, especially in the automobile and aviation industries. Because of this rapid industrial growth in the later part of the nineteenth century, Grand Rapids had access to technologies not available in other parts of the country. For example, it became the first city to use a hydro electric generator and the first city to implement fluoride into its water supply.
In the State of Michigan, Grand Rapids is only second in population to Detroit with a metro area exceeding one million residents. As result of its size, Grand Rapids serves as the central hub for culture and entertainment in western Michigan. The city is the home of several museums and fifteen microbreweries that helped give it the nickname of “Beer City, USA” in 2012. Residents and tourists alike can also take advantage of the many historical sites that are scattered throughout the city and nearby countryside which give the Grand Rapids an eclectic mixture of the old and the contemporary.
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|Grand Rapids, MI Living Costs|
|Median Home Cost||$90,300.00|
|Average Rent - 1 Bedroom||$600.00|
|Average Rent - 2 Bedroom||$800.00|
|Average Cost of Dining Out - Dinner||$30.00|
|Average Electric Bill||$87.04|
|Average Phone Bill||$23.01|
|Grand Rapids, MI Transportation Costs|
|The Rapid - Adult||$1.50|
|The Rapid - Children under 42 inches||FREE|
|The Rapid - Seniors and Disabled||$.75|
|The Rapid - 1 Day Pass||$11.50|
|The Rapid - 4 Day Pass||$4.60|
|The Rapid 31 Day Pass - Adult||$40.00|
|The Rapid 31 Day Pass - Senior||$26.00|
|The Rapid 31 Day Pass - Disable||$26.00|
|Grand Rapids, MI Arts and Museum Costs|
|Frederik Meijer Garden & Sculpture Park||$12.00|
|Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum||$7.00|
|Urban Institute of Contemporary Arts||$5.00|
|Grand Rapids Public Museum||$8.00|
|Grand Rapids Children Museum||$7.50|
|Grand Rapids, MI Sports and Outdoors Costs|
|John Ball Zoological Garden||$5.00|
|Higher Ground Rock Climbing Center||$11.00 + equipment rental|
|Grand Rapid Griffins||$25.00|
|West Michigan Whitecaps||$12.00|