Kenosha, WI Title Loans and Installment Loans

Cash Loan Options in Kenosha, WI

Loan TypeLoan Limit
Title Loans$25,000
Installment Loans$3,000
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What You Need to Bring In

For Payday Loans, Cash Advances, and Installment Loans:

  • A recent paycheck stub or other proof of income such as:
    • Social Security Benefits or Pension Benefits – statement of benefits or a bank statement showing direct deposit
    • Child Support – payment stub from a distributing agency or a bank statement showing direct deposit
  • An active checking account
  • A blank check from your checking account
  • Valid driver’s license or state-issued ID

For Title Loans:

  • If you live in Illinois only, a recent paycheck stub or other proof of income such as:
    • Social Security Benefits or Pension Benefits – statement of benefits or a bank statement showing direct deposit
    • Child Support – payment stub from a distributing agency or a bank statement showing direct deposit
  • Vehicle you own and the title
  • Valid driver’s license or state-issued ID

Visit the Cash Store in Kenosha, WI

Stop by the Cash Store, located at corner of Interstate 94 and Hwy. 50 (75th Street), to learn more about our many cash loan options. We would like to invite you to speak with one of our employees. They will answer all your questions and show you everything you need to know in order to apply for, take out, and repay a loan. The store hours and driving directions have been posted below. Please take a look and come in at your convenience.

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Cash Advance Kenosha WI
7224 118th Ave Ste J, Kenosha, WI 53142
Phone: (262) 857-3021, Fax: (262) 857-3084
Store Hours: 10-6 M-F, 10-2 Sat

Landmarks:

2.5 miles north of Lake Andrea in Pleasant Prairie. 3 miles south of Kenosha Regional Airport.

Closed Holiday Schedule:

New Years, Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas

Driving Directions:

From IH-94 exit Hwy. 50 (exit #344) and go east for approximately 200 yards. Make a left onto 118th Avenue and head north for less than a quarter of a mile. The Cash Store will be on the right, in a strip mall with Noodles & Company and Edible Arrangements, across the parking lot from Woodman's Food Market.

Public Transit:

A bus stop is located near the corner of Hwy. 50 and 118th Avenue.
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Some more facts about Kenosha, WI

Kenosha, Wisconsin is a rapidly growing city of 100,000 nestled between Chicago and Milwaukee. In 2005, the city was ranked among the Top 100 places to live in the United States by Money magazine. Kenosha is also the only city outside of Illinois served by Metra, Chicago’s commuter rail service. This arrangement is in place in order to service the rather large amount of Kenosha residents that work in the city of Chicago. Aside from Metra, Kenosha’s public transit system includes streetcar lines. What makes this particularly interesting is the fact that the streetcars are not relics, but a new addition to the city’s public transit system. Created in 2000, the streetcars connect the city to the downtown area, as well as the Metra station.

For those who happen to find themselves in the Kenosha area, there are many options for entertainment. Summer concerts are typically held at Kenosha's Sesquicentennial Bandshell in Pennoyer Park with additional events held at Veteran’s Memorial Park and the Kemper Center. For outdoor enthusiasts, Simmons Island Beach is a beautiful spot to enjoy the sand and sun along Lake Michigan. Two historic lighthouses also dot the landscape near Simmons Island Beach. Kenosha is also home to several popular museums, most notably the Civil War Museum that opened in 2008. Also popular are the Kenosha Dinosaur Discovery Museum and the Kenosha Public Museum, which is home to a prehistoric Wooly Mammoth exhibit.

If you’re looking to visit, learn more about what Kenosha has to offer by visiting the city’s visitor’s bureau website, and be sure to take a look at the site’scoupons page for deals and savings.

Kenosha, WI Living Costs
Median Home Cost$112,000.00
Average Rent - 1 Bedroom$600.00
Average Rent - 2 Bedrooms$800.00
Average Cost of Dining Out - Dinner$30.00
Average Electric Bill$94.21
Average Cable TV Bill$50.00
Average Phone Bill$29.63
Kenosha, WI Transportation Costs
Kenosha Area Transit Electric Streetcar - Adult$1.00
Kenosha Area Transit Electric Streetcar - 5 yr to 12 yrs$.50
Kenosha Area Transit Electric Streetcar - 4 yrs and underFREE
Kenosha Area Transit Electric Streetcar - Day Pass$2.50
Kenosha Area Transit Bus Line - Adult$1.75
Kenosha Area Transit Bus Line - Student$1.25
Kenosha Area Transit Bus Line - Senior Citizen and Disabled$.85
Kenosha, WI Activities Costs
Civil War Museum - Kenosha Residents$5.00
Civil War Museum - Non Residents$7.00
Civil War Museum - ChildrenFREE
Kenosha Harbor MarketFREE
Kenosha Dinosaur Discovery MuseumFREE
Kenosha Public MuseumFREE
Harbor Park Jazz & Blues Festival - General Admission$30.00
Harbor Park Jazz & Blues Festival - General Admission - 10 yrs and underFREE
Holy Rosary Summer FestivalFREE
Getting Green by the Lake FestivalFREE
Twilight Jazz Series at Anderson Arts CenterFREE
Kenosha Pops Concert at Sesquicentennial BandshellFREE
Richard Bong State Recreation Area $7.00 per vehicle
Simmons Island BeachFREE
Kenosha, WI Sporting Event Costs
University of Wisconsin Parkside Men’s and Women’s Basketball - General Admission$6.00
University of Wisconsin Parkside BaseballFREE
University of Wisconsin Parkside SoftballFREE
Carthage College Football - Adults$6.00
Carthage College Football - Students with IDFREE
Carthage College Football - Senior Citizens and Children$3.00

Cash Store Locations Near Kenosha, WI

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