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SocietyOne vs Harmoney

Looking for a personal loan with a tailored rate? Find out which P2P lender will work best for you.

SocietyOne and Harmoney both offer a raft of benefits for those considering a personal loan. However, as there are some key differences between these two peer-to-peer (P2P) lenders, it's important to compare them both before you apply. On this page, we've laid out the main fees, features and rates side-by-side to help you make a more informed decision before you apply for a personal loan.

SocietyOne Harmoney
Interest rate From 7.5% p.a. From 6.99% p.a.
Interest rate type Fixed Fixed
Secured or unsecured Unsecured Unsecured
Loan amounts $5,000 to $50,000 $5,000 to $70,000
Loan terms 2-5 years or 5 years 3 years to 5 years
Early repayment without penalty? yes yes
Eligibility
  • Aged over 21
  • Australian permanent resident or citizen or New Zealand citizen
  • Earn more than $30,000 p.a.
  • Have 2 years of good credit
  • Have no bankruptcies
  • Are not in hardship with another provider
  • Aged over 18
  • Australian citizen or permanent resident OR
  • New Zealand citizen with an Australian driver's licence, Australian passport or New Zealand passport, a current Australian address and an Australian bank account
  • Acceptable credit record
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  • Verdict

Both SocietyOne and Harmoney offer similar rates and offer unsecured, fixed rate loans. The key differences lie in how much you are able to borrow and the repayment terms. Also, Harmoney accepts applications from people over the age of 18 instead of 21 like SocietyOne.

Remember to consider all of the features of these loans before you submit your application.

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