Austin, TX Cash Advance and Title Loans
|Loan Options in Austin, TX||Loan Limit*|
|Cash Advance/Installment Loans||$3,000|
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What Do You Need To Bring In
- Your most recent paycheck stub or other proof of income
- The most recent checking account statement (account must be open 30 days)
- A personal check and/or debit card
- Valid driver’s license or state-issued ID
Customer Testimonials in Austin, TX
"I was 1 day late on a payment because of a snowstorm and had no problem being a day late." - Connie B.
"The quality of the service and the friendly employees, are the reason I use this service." - Colman C.
2 miles south of Town Lake. 1 mile south of St. Edwards University.
Bus stop located 100 yards east of the Cash Store along Ben White Boulevard directly in front of the Walmart gas station.
From IH-35 south exit Woodward Street (exit #231). Continue on the IH-35 frontage road for .5 miles. Turn west (right) onto Ben White Boulevard. Go .2 miles and turn right onto Payload Pass. The Cash Store is at the corner of Ben White Boulevard and Payload Pass.
4 miles south of Town Lake.
Both east and west bound bus stops located in front of Lowe's along Stassney Lane.
From IH-35 south exit Stassney Lane (exit # 229). The Cash Store is located in the Fiesta shopping plaza located on the NW corner of IH-35 and Stasseney Lane. There are entrances into the plaza from both the IH-35 frontage road and Stassney Lane.
1 mile east of Huston-Tillotson University. 1 mile south of Austin Community College Eastview Campus.
Both east and west bound bus stops located in front of the HEB shopping plaza along East 7th Street.
From IH-35 take exit 234-B toward 8th-3rd Street. When you get to 7th Street head east. Continue on 7th Street for 1.6 miles and the Cash Store will be on your right in the HEB plaza at the corner of E. 7th Street and Pleasant Valley Road .
1 block north of Covington Middle School. 1 mile east of Mopac Expressway (Loop 1).
East and west bound bus stops along William Cannon Drive on the east side of the intersection of William Cannon Drive and Brodie Lane. North and south bound bus stops along Brodie Lane on the east side of the intersection of William Cannon Drive and Brodie Lane.
From IH-35 south, exit onto William Cannon Drive and turn right heading west. Go 4 miles and the Cash Store is on the left just after you pass Brodie Lane. From Mopac (Loop 1) Expressway heading south, exit William Cannon Drive. Turn left on William Cannon and head east. The Cash Store is .5 miles on the right just before Brodie Lane next to the Walgreens.
Approximately 100 feet south of Slaughter Lane along the south bound side of I-35.
The Turk/Cullen bus stop approximately a quarter of a mile south of the Cash Store on Turk Lane.
From IH-35 exit Slaughter Lane. The Cash Store is located in a strip mall, facing the south bound IH-35 frontage road, between Jackson Hewitt Tax Service and Starbucks, just south of Slaughter Lane.
More insights into Austin, TexasAustin, Texas has been called the “Live Music Capital of the World” and for good reason. The streets are filled with singer-songwriters and bands all aspiring to play in one of the city’s many live music venues. The city is also home to two of the world's most famous musical events - Austin City Limits and South by Southwest.
With its place in the music world secured, Austin might be working on a new nickname, -- the “Budget Friendly Capital of the World". While the sounds of independent bands drift through the streets of Austin, another sound can be heard. It’s the sound of keyboards clicking as new websites are being built by a homegrown Austin company, Whale Shark Media. This company has become a formidable Internet giant aggregating coupon codes for online shopping sites around the globe. Whale Shark Media’s websites are some of the largest in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, and France, helping residents of those nations find bargains online.
From 2000 to 2006, Austin was the fastest growing city in the nation, approaching a million residents and becoming the 13th largest city in the country. Those migrating to the city are attracted to the eclectic culture and the booming job market thanks largely to the tech industry, which features heavyweights like Dell Computers, AMD, Samsung, and Facebook. It also helps that the city was ranked eighth in the country for where a paycheck will stretch the furthest by Forbes.com in a 2012 study. The city even owes money to its residents. At last check, the City of Austin Financial Services webpage listed 15,564 residents and businesses that are owed anywhere from $10 to $100 in unclaimed property.
|Austin, TX Living Costs|
|Average Rent - 1 Bedroom||$943.00|
|Average Rent - 2 Bedrooms||$1,220.00|
|Average Cost of Dinning Out - Dinner||$45.50|
|Average Water Bill||$72.27|
|Average High Speed Internet Bill||$40.65|
|Average Electric Bill||$102.63|
|Average Natural Gas Bill||$45.60|
|Average Cable Bill||$70.15|
|Average Phone Bill||$55.00|
|Austin, TX Transportation Costs|
|Capital Metro - Local Day Pass||$2.00|
|Capital Metro - Regional Day Pass||$5.50|
|Yellow Cab Fare - Flag Pull||$2.50|
|Yellow Cab Fare - Rate per Mile||$2.40|
|Austin, TX Arts and Outdoors Costs|
|Bullock Texas State History Museum||$9.00|
|The Blanton Museum of Art||$9.00|
|Harry Ransom Center||Free|
|Austin Museum of Art - Arthouse Jones Center||$5.00|
|Austin Museum of Art - Arthouse Laguna Gloria||$3.00|
|George Washington Carver Museum||Free|
|Umlauf Sculpture Garden and Museum||$3.50|
|Austin City Limits Music Festival - 3 day pass||$250.00|
|SXSW - Music badge walk up rate||$895.00|
|Austin Zoo - Adult Admission||$9.00|
|Austin Zoo - Children 2 to 12 yrs old||$6.00|
|Austin Zoo - Individual Annual Membership||$50.00|
|Austin, TX Sporting Event Costs|
|University of Texas Football - Season tickets (lowest price)||$199.00|
|University of Texas Men's Basketball - Season tickets (lowest price)||$7.00 - $25.00|
|University of Texas Women's Basketball - Season tickets (lowest price)||$8.00|
|Round Rock Express - General Admission (lowest price)||$41.65|
|Texas Rollergirls - General admission||$15.00|
|Texas Rollergirls - 6 to 12 yrs old||$5.00|
|Texas Rollergirls - Under 5 yrs old||Free|
*Subject to loan approval. Loan terms and availability may vary by location. In Texas, the Cash Store is a Credit Services Organization and Credit Access Business. Loans are provided by a non-affiliated third-party lender.
An advance of money obtained through a payday loan or auto title loan is not intended to meet long-term financial needs. A payday loan or auto title loan should only be used to meet immediate short-term cash needs. Refinancing the loan rather than paying the debt in full when due will require the payment of additional charges. Vehicle is subject to evaluation for title loans and auto equity loans.This business is licensed and examined by the State of Texas – Office of Consumer Credit Commissioner. Call the Consumer Credit Hotline or write for credit information or assistance with credit problems. Office of Consumer Credit Commissioner, 2601 North Lamar Boulevard, Austin, Texas 78705-4207, 1-800-538-1579 1-800-538-1579, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.occc.state.tx.us.
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