How do CIT Bank and Ally compare?
- Choose this lender if you want to make interest-only payments
- Choose another lender if you want a fully online application
- A good option for borrowers who expect a significant income raise in the near future
- Choose this lender for clear time estimates
- Not ideal if you’re looking for in-person support
- A good option for first-time homebuyers
- Home Equity
- Home Equity
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Minimum credit score
Available in all states
Not available in: AK, HI, MD, MA, MN, NV, NH, NY, VT, VA, WY
- Interest-only loans
- Online accounts
- High loan limit
- Clear timeline
- Customer discount
- First-time buyers guide
- Two-step application
- Limited options
- Hidden fees
- No government-backed loans
- No branch locations
- No home equity line of credit (HELOC) options
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