Try these options:
Speak to Your Lender
Confirm the main reasons behind the loan rejection. It could be something you can work on within a short period. All lenders need potential clients, and they might call you back after a while.
Keep Applying Elsewhere
Look for help from another lender. Different lenders have different requirements, and therefore the first denial should not mean the next lender will also reject your application. If bad credit is the reason behind your denial, look for the lenders who offer loans to people with a poor credit history. You should, however, avoid too many applications as they may affect your credit history.
Look for a Co-signer
There is nothing wrong will co-signing especially if you are young working adult. Your parents, relatives or workmates could be your co-signers.
Involve a third party in your situation to help you out. For instance, depending on your particular location, you can involve a debt counselor or other credit advisors. Read online materials and magazines too to get more information and helpful tips.
Ensure That Your Next Applications Will be Successful
Don't panic or be disheartened because you didn’t get the loan. Be patient. Work on the mistakes you made last time so that you can present yourself better during the next application.