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473 Torrence Avenue
Calumet City, IL 60409
708-891-2644

This Illinois Title Loans, Inc. store is conveniently located at 473 Torrence Avenue in Calumet City, Illinois. We are open from 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM on Monday and Friday, from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM on Tuesday through Thursday and from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM on Saturday. We are closed on Sunday.

ABOUT CALUMET CITY TITLE LOANS

Have you found yourself running short on cash for this month? If this sounds like you, then let Illinois Title Loans, Inc. may be able to help you get the fast cash you need with our Calumet title loans. You can find our store located at 473 Torrence Avenue in Calumet City, where we are situated directly on the corner across the street from CVS Pharmacy and TCF Bank. Before heading to your local store, be sure to fill out our short and easy online request form, which you can find right here on our website. Once that has been submitted, you can expect a quick call back from a friendly store representative. They will go over the title loan process with you, ensuring that you have all of the simple required items listed below and even answering any questions you might have.

Once you’ve wrapped up your phone call, you can drive over to our store with your vehicle and the simple required items. Upon arriving, a loan specialist will be there to assist you with your paperwork while a quick inspection of your vehicle is performed. Once that is all completed, you could be on your way with the money you need in no time. You can even continue driving your vehicle while repaying your title loan. With amounts up to $4,000 and all credit scores welcome, what in the world are you waiting for? Let Illinois Title Loans, Inc. help you get the emergency cash you need today.

Required Items:

  • Your Vehicle for Inspection
  • Lien-Free Title to Your Vehicle
  • Drivers License or State Issued I.D.

The great Calumet City is located in Cook County, Illinois, along the northeastern edge of the state. With a population of over 37,000 people, Calumet City is just a short drive away from the massive city of Chicago, so residents of this smaller town always have something to do. Calumet City was originally founded in 1893, known at the time as West Hammond. West Hammond was formed when the villages of Sobieski Park and Schrumville merged, which was the case until 1924, when West Hammond officially became Calumet City after the citizens of the area cast a vote to change the name. A major landmark of Calumet City today is a pair of two large water towers in the city, which are painted with “Have a Nice Day” smiley faces, a unique feature that has earned these water towers the nickname of The Smiley Towers. With such a close proximity to Chicago, as well as its own small-town, Midwestern charm, the Calumet City area is a wonderful place to visit, both by residents of surrounding areas and further visitors alike.

While Calumet City itself might be a small town, just a short drive away you can experience the endless activities of the great city of Chicago. One such place to visit is the Lincoln Park Conservatory, a giant glass dome where you can view literally thousands of plants, flowers, and other natural life. Located just by the shore of Lake Michigan, the Lincoln Park Conservatory is both a conservatory and botanical garden that is situated within a beautiful Victorian Era glass house. Originally built in the late 1800s, there is a lot to see within this gorgeous, historical building. Though peak viewing time is during the summer months, at all points of the year you’ll be able to see various foundations, monuments, plants and gardens that are kept in impeccable conditions. It’s truly a sight to behold, and the destination is one that can be enjoyed by everyone, not just fans of nature.

For a totally different kind of experience, you can visit the Chicago Riverwalk, a walk along the Chicago River that is open to the public. While the area might be a tad chilly during the colder months, when the weather gets warm, you’ll notice the crowds of people flocking to this picturesque area. The Riverwalk spans for a decent distance and is constantly getting expanded. There’s a lot to do besides walking along the Riverfront, with plenty of shaded places to sit or enjoy the views, as well as concessions throughout the area. With plans to expand the Chicago Riverwalk, there’s truly no better time to visit the lovely destination.

To visit a little piece of history, be sure to check out the Chicago Theatre when you’re in the general area. This legendary auditorium plays host to tons of different kinds of entertainment, ranging from musicals, plays, comedy, concerts and even dance. The Chicago Theatre was originally known as the Balaban and Katz Chicago Theatre and was built in 1921 in the Loop area of Chicago. This infamous theater is known by its distinctive marquee, which many people countrywide can recognize immediately as an emblem of the city. The building was even added in 1979 to the National Register of Historic Places, showcasing the appeal of this incredible piece of history. If you have a chance to see a show, or even just walk by the front of this amazing place, it would be well worth your time to see this Chicago landmark up close and in person.

 

ABOUT CALUMET CITY TITLE LOANS

Have you found yourself running short on cash for this month? If this sounds like you, then let Illinois Title Loans, Inc. may be able to help you get the fast cash you need with our Calumet title loans. You can find our store located at 473 Torrence Avenue in Calumet City, where we are situated directly on the corner across the street from CVS Pharmacy and TCF Bank. Before heading to your local store, be sure to fill out our short and easy online request form, which you can find right here on our website. Once that has been submitted, you can expect a quick call back from a friendly store representative. They will go over the title loan process with you, ensuring that you have all of the simple required items listed below and even answering any questions you might have.

Once you’ve wrapped up your phone call, you can drive over to our store with your vehicle and the simple required items. Upon arriving, a loan specialist will be there to assist you with your paperwork while a quick inspection of your vehicle is performed. Once that is all completed, you could be on your way with the money you need in no time. You can even continue driving your vehicle while repaying your title loan. With amounts up to $4,000 and all credit scores welcome, what in the world are you waiting for? Let Illinois Title Loans, Inc. help you get the emergency cash you need today.

Required Items:

  • Your Vehicle for Inspection
  • Lien-Free Title to Your Vehicle
  • Drivers License or State Issued I.D.

The great Calumet City is located in Cook County, Illinois, along the northeastern edge of the state. With a population of over 37,000 people, Calumet City is just a short drive away from the massive city of Chicago, so residents of this smaller town always have something to do. Calumet City was originally founded in 1893, known at the time as West Hammond. West Hammond was formed when the villages of Sobieski Park and Schrumville merged, which was the case until 1924, when West Hammond officially became Calumet City after the citizens of the area cast a vote to change the name. A major landmark of Calumet City today is a pair of two large water towers in the city, which are painted with “Have a Nice Day” smiley faces, a unique feature that has earned these water towers the nickname of The Smiley Towers. With such a close proximity to Chicago, as well as its own small-town, Midwestern charm, the Calumet City area is a wonderful place to visit, both by residents of surrounding areas and further visitors alike.

While Calumet City itself might be a small town, just a short drive away you can experience the endless activities of the great city of Chicago. One such place to visit is the Lincoln Park Conservatory, a giant glass dome where you can view literally thousands of plants, flowers, and other natural life. Located just by the shore of Lake Michigan, the Lincoln Park Conservatory is both a conservatory and botanical garden that is situated within a beautiful Victorian Era glass house. Originally built in the late 1800s, there is a lot to see within this gorgeous, historical building. Though peak viewing time is during the summer months, at all points of the year you’ll be able to see various foundations, monuments, plants and gardens that are kept in impeccable conditions. It’s truly a sight to behold, and the destination is one that can be enjoyed by everyone, not just fans of nature.

For a totally different kind of experience, you can visit the Chicago Riverwalk, a walk along the Chicago River that is open to the public. While the area might be a tad chilly during the colder months, when the weather gets warm, you’ll notice the crowds of people flocking to this picturesque area. The Riverwalk spans for a decent distance and is constantly getting expanded. There’s a lot to do besides walking along the Riverfront, with plenty of shaded places to sit or enjoy the views, as well as concessions throughout the area. With plans to expand the Chicago Riverwalk, there’s truly no better time to visit the lovely destination.

To visit a little piece of history, be sure to check out the Chicago Theatre when you’re in the general area. This legendary auditorium plays host to tons of different kinds of entertainment, ranging from musicals, plays, comedy, concerts and even dance. The Chicago Theatre was originally known as the Balaban and Katz Chicago Theatre and was built in 1921 in the Loop area of Chicago. This infamous theater is known by its distinctive marquee, which many people countrywide can recognize immediately as an emblem of the city. The building was even added in 1979 to the National Register of Historic Places, showcasing the appeal of this incredible piece of history. If you have a chance to see a show, or even just walk by the front of this amazing place, it would be well worth your time to see this Chicago landmark up close and in person.

 

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At Illinois Title Loans, Inc. we could put anywhere up to $4,000 in your pocket today with a title or payday loan. Our convenient store locations make it easy for you to get the emergency cash you need.

To get started at any time, all you need to do is fill out our short online request form right here on our website. All you need is the following items:

  • Your Vehicle for Inspection
  • Lien-Free Title to Your Vehicle
  • Driver’s License or State Issued I.D.

We also welcome all credit, so fill out our online request form and get started now!