About Us

Personal Financial Network, Inc. has been a provider of consumer information and financial services since 2002. Based in Raleigh, North Carolina, PFNI has a long history of serving consumers across the nation.

After receiving a high number of telephone calls from clients who were looking for a loan to pay their rent, we knew something was wrong. Borrowing money, especially at a high rate of interest just to cover basic living costs is an unsustainable action. We at PFNI knew that we needed to steer these clients away from predatory loans, and instead let them discover the various interest-free loans and cash grants that are already offered by nonprofit organizations, churches and government agencies in their own communities.

When we first ventured on this project for providing information about rental assistance, we were not quite sure what to expect. However, seeing the types of requests that we are getting, we are sure that we are on the right track. If you found us while looking to borrow money for your rent, hopefully you have already found the resources near you that can help. If not, let us know how we can help.

Our employees are based in North Carolina and the Philippines. We have helped clients in every state find rental assistance, with “boots on the ground” experience in Rhode Island, Iowa, Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina. It is our hope that we can deliver an objective source of information so that you can find the help you need to gain approval for housing.

Our offices have received countless requests for loans to be used for rent over the years, so it is our intent to address this need. We want to help you identify the resources that may be available to you, as well as to discuss the pros and cons of borrowing money for the purpose of rent payments and security deposits.

We hope that you will take advantage of the generous rental assistance programs that provide direct services in your community. If you choose to take out a loan from a commercial lender, we urge you to determine what the loan costs will be before you agree to the loan. If you have questions, you should contact a local agency providing rental assistance programs near you. If you need help finding a local provider and do not see it on our site, make a request and we will try to track it down for you.

It is our pleasure to serve you.