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Midland, TX Cash Advance and Title Loans

Loan Options in Midland, TX Loan Limit*
Cash Advance/Installment Loans $3,000
Title Loans $20,000
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Required Documents

  • 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 Midland, TX

"The employees are super nice and ready to assist with my loan needs. They provided specific details and I left there with no regret or negative feelings." - Arleene O.

"The personnel at this location are wonderful. They are always very friendly, helpful, knowledgeable and quickly process the paperwork." - Brett H.

1220 N Midkiff Rd Ste A, Midland, TX 79701

Phone: (432) 697-2274

Store Hours: 10-6 M-F, 10-2 Sat

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2 miles south of Midland Park Mall. 2 miles east of Midland Memorial Hospital West.

Public Transit:

Bus service on the north side of Texas State Highway 158 Business (Andrews Highway), across the street from the Cash Store.

Driving Directions:

From IH-20 exit Midkiff Road (exit #134). Turn north on Midkiff Road and continue for 2 miles. The Cash Store will be on your right in the Victoria Plaza north of Hollander Chiropratic Clinic at the corner of Midkiff Road and Texas State Highway 158 Business (Andrews Highway).

Facts about Midland, Texas

Midland, Texas is a city of 165,000 located in the Permian Basin region of west, Texas. The city was founded in 1881 to serve as a rest stop for travelers riding the Texas and Pacific Railway between Fort Worth and El Paso. With the discovery of oil in the Permian Basin in the 1920’s, Midland has grown and been forever changed from a small west, Texas town to its current position as the management center for oil and gas production in the Permian Basin.

Midland currently accounts for 61% of all Texas oil production and 16% of U.S. oil reserves. As a result, the city has ranked as high as the second-fastest growing “large city” in the country from 2011 to 2012, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. This positive financial outlook combined with a high national unemployment rate, has resulted in a significant amount of young, professionals job seekers pouring into the Midland area. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, from 2011 to 2012 the city’s population grew at a rate of 4.6%. Midland also regularly posts some of the lowest unemployment rates in the country. As of August 2013, Midland’s unemployment rate is 3.4%, compared to August’s national average of 7.3% according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Midland also offers travelers and locals a robust nightlife, a variety of festivals, and places to visit. For those looking to immerse themselves in the history of Midland or local culture, The Midland County Historical Museum showcases pioneer relics and photos depicting the city’s early days. The museum is most notable for its reproduction of the ‘Midland Man,’ a reproduction of fossils discovered in Midland that prove human inhabitants in Midland as far back as 9000-9500 B.C. Visitors can also catch a show at The Cole Theater, a $3 million complex that is home to the Midland Community Theater group, which is ranked amongst the top 10 amateur theater groups in the U.S. Finally, no visit to Texas is complete without taking in some local football, and Midland definitely has that covered. Midland offers patrons a wide range of games at the high school and minor league level, providing that unique “Texas football” experience.
Midland, TX Living Costs
Median Home Cost $194,400.00
Average Rent - 1 Bedroom $680.00
Average Rent - 2 Bedrooms $985.00
Average Cost of Dining Out - Dinner $25.00
Average Electric Bill $123.68
Average Phone Bill $24.95
Midland, TX Transportation Costs
Imperial Taxi Midland Fare - Flag Pull $3.25
Imperial Taxi Midland Fare - Rate per mile $2.40
Midland, TX Activities Costs
American Airpower Heritage Museum - Adults $12.00
American Airpower Heritage Museum - 6 to 17 yrs old $9.00
American Airpower Heritage Museum - Seniors 65 yrs+ $10.00
American Airpower Heritage Museum - 5 yrs and under or Active Military Free
Midland Museum of the Southwest - 12 yrs and Above $5.00
Midland Museum of the Southwest - 3 to 11 yrs old and Seniors $5.00
Midland Museum of the Southwest - 2 yrs and Under Free
Permian Basin Petroleum Museum & Chaparral Race Car Gallery $8.00
Tall City Blues Fest - Weekend Pass $28.50
Tall City Blues Fest - Friday Night Pass $15.00
Tall City Blues Fest - Saturday Night Pass $25.00
Tall City Blues Fest - VIP Tickets $225.00
Midland Wine and Music Festival - Adults $65.00
Midland Wine and Music Festival - 13 to 20 yrs old $20.00
Midland, TX Sporting Event Costs
Midland Independent School District Football - Pregame Tickets for Adults $8.00
Midland Independent School District Football - Pregame Tickets for Students $4.00
Midland Independent School District Football - Tickets at the Gate $10.00
West Texas Drillers Football - General Admission $12.00
West Texas Drillers Football - VIP Reserved $25.00

*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, consumer.complaints@occc.state.tx.us, www.occc.state.tx.us.
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