Before you apply online for a loan

Are you eligible for a NAB Personal Loan?

To apply for a personal loan, you must:

  • be 18 years or older
  • be applying on your own.
    Joint applicants can apply in person at your nearest branch.
  • be an Australian or New Zealand citizen, an Australian Permanent Resident or have an acceptable Temporary Residency Visa1
  • earn a regular income.

Details you’ll need to have ready

  • your NAB ID, if you’re an existing customer
  • driver licence number (if you have one) and personal details.
  • employment details for the past three years
  • your income before and after tax, and how often you are paid
  • your monthly general living expenses, including rent and insurance
  • what you own, including cars and homes
  • what you owe, including personal loans, home loans, credit cards or ‘buy now, pay later’ loans.

Unable to apply online?

If you’re unable to apply for a personal loan online, you may visit a branch and a banker will assist you with your application and any questions you might have.

Ways to apply

online

Online

It’s easy, secure and you get an instant response.

Apply online
in-person

In person

You can apply at your nearest branch.

How the online application process works

1. Submit your application

Within 60 seconds of submitting, we’ll let you know if you’ve been conditionally approved. We’ll also give you your indicative interest rate and repayment amount.

2. We’ll verify your details

If your loan has been conditionally approved, we’ll review and verify the information you’ve provided. If needed, we’ll contact you to obtain further information.

You may be asked to provide some verification documents. You can upload these documents at NAB Internet Banking under Applications. Find out how to do this and how you can track your application in our My applications video.

3. Accept your Personal Loan offer

If approved, we’ll provide you with loan documents which include your final interest rate and repayment amount. You can check these documents and accept your offer through NAB Internet Banking.

If your loan isn’t approved you’ll be notified by SMS and email.

If you’re new to NAB, you'll need to visit a branch to confirm your identity with a 100-point ID check. You can do this at any stage of the application.

4. Receive your money

We’ll transfer the money into your most frequently used NAB account on the day you accept the offer. If you’re not currently a NAB customer, we’ll contact you to organise the transfer.

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