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Be aware though that a secured personal loan is usually at a variable rate.</strong></p> <p>A secured personal loan is also called a homeowner loan - because your property is put up as security for the loan. So if you don't have a mortgage or own your property outright then an unsecured loan is the only way forward.</p> <p><a href="/loans/apply" class="button"><img src="/files/button_compare_loans.png" title="Compare UK Loans" alt="Apply for a free quote" /></a></p> <p><a href="https://www.moneyquote.uk/loans/secured_personal_loan" target="_blank">read more</a></p> Loans Thu, 31 Aug 2006 03:20:19 +0000 Administrator 139 at https://www.moneyquote.uk Small Business Loan https://www.moneyquote.uk/loans/small_business_loan <p><strong>Unlike with personal lending, the only place you'll easily get a small business loan is with a bank - most are equipped with business managers for this purpose. 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As well as the dealer, you can now go to your bank, a supermarket, a specialist car credit dealer, or sign a part-purchase scheme contract. Which deal is right for you will depend on how much you value several criteria.</strong></p> <p>The UK car loan marketplace is increasing in size all the time, not only because of many new players but also new products which give different groups of people more options on buying a car. This includes the interest rate, your credit worthiness, fixed price motoring, deferral of costs, and ultimately whether you want to own the car outright at the end of the day. This is because the value, price and longevity of cars is not only quite specific, but well known throughout the finance industry.</p> <p><a href="/loans/apply" class="button"><img src="/files/button_compare_loans.png" title="Compare UK Loans" alt="Apply for a free quote" /></a></p> <p><a href="https://www.moneyquote.uk/loans/uk_car_loan" target="_blank">read more</a></p> Loans Thu, 31 Aug 2006 02:56:32 +0000 Administrator 137 at https://www.moneyquote.uk UK Loan https://www.moneyquote.uk/loans/uk_loan <p><strong>The UK loan market is much broader than it was a decade ago, because of shiny new banking products from internet lenders and supermarkets. For many consumers these put the banks in the shade, but for specific lending needs high street banks are still a good bet.</strong></p> <p>The UK loan market has changed dramatically in the past 10 years. This is largly due to two major areas that appear to shake up the cosy UK loan arena dominated by the high street banks. They are the internet banks and supermarkets.</p> <p><a href="/loans/apply" class="button"><img src="/files/button_compare_loans.png" title="Compare UK Loans" alt="Apply for a free quote" /></a></p> <p><a href="https://www.moneyquote.uk/loans/uk_loan" target="_blank">read more</a></p> Loans Thu, 31 Aug 2006 02:39:09 +0000 Administrator 136 at https://www.moneyquote.uk UK Personal Loan https://www.moneyquote.uk/loans/uk_personal_loan <p><strong>The internet isn't the only thing to cause a stir in the UK personal loan market. Thanks to credit scoring and a benevolent economic environment, you now have many places to look for a loan. Beside your bank, there is a huge number of direct lenders - provided you have a good credit rating.</strong></p> <p>As with investing in the stockmarket, the arrival of the internet has given the UK personal loan market something of a shakeup. By cutting the costs of lenders, rates to you the customer can be cut too.</p> <p><a href="/loans/apply" class="button"><img src="/files/button_compare_loans.png" title="Compare UK Loans" alt="Apply for a free quote" /></a></p> <p><a href="https://www.moneyquote.uk/loans/uk_personal_loan" target="_blank">read more</a></p> Loans Thu, 31 Aug 2006 02:21:56 +0000 Administrator 135 at https://www.moneyquote.uk UK Secured Loan https://www.moneyquote.uk/loans/uk_secured_loan <p><strong>With your property as a guarantee, you're more likely to be accepted for a loan, and pay a lower rate of interest but with higher risk. The UK secured loan market is largely still restricted to mortgage lenders and a new breed of consolidation experts, but you can obtain your top-up loan from a different provider than your mortgage.</strong></p> <p>Getting money from a lender is always easier if you already have property to set up as a guarantee against the loan. You will inevitably pay a lower interest rate, because your property reduces the risk to the lender of never getting their money back. In the UK, secured loan lending is also affected by some other factors. Overseas, a higher proportion of home loans are at fixed rate, an intrinsically higher risk factor to the lender. In the UK, we have variable rate lending, which exposes you to the chance that interest rates will rise, but means the lender has little or no risk at all resulting in a very keen interest rate for you. Add to the mix a favourable economic climate and the fact that we are a small island without an endless supply of unregulated building space, and you can see why property prices have been rising steadily and the UK secured loan market has been stable and predictable.</p> <p><a href="/loans/apply" class="button"><img src="/files/button_compare_loans.png" title="Compare UK Loans" alt="Apply for a free quote" /></a></p> <p><a href="https://www.moneyquote.uk/loans/uk_secured_loan" target="_blank">read more</a></p> Loans Thu, 31 Aug 2006 02:04:26 +0000 Administrator 134 at https://www.moneyquote.uk Unsecured Loan https://www.moneyquote.uk/loans/unsecured_loan <p><strong>An unsecured loan is the opposite of a secured loan. Despite the fact that most loans are unsecured, they cost more in interest than secured loans, and there's a good reason for it.</strong></p> <p>An unsecured loan comes at a higher premium than <a href="/loans/secured_loan" title="UK Secured Loans">secured loans</a> because the bank is taking a higher risk by lending to you. Also you might be less inclined to be responsible with the money when your house isn't riding on it. But for lower borrowing amounts, it's a negligible difference and simpler to arrange too.</p> <p><a href="/loans/apply" class="button"><img src="/files/button_compare_loans.png" title="Compare UK Loans" alt="Apply for a free quote" /></a></p> <p><a href="https://www.moneyquote.uk/loans/unsecured_loan" target="_blank">read more</a></p> Loans Wed, 30 Aug 2006 01:03:04 +0000 Administrator 133 at https://www.moneyquote.uk Unsecured Personal Loan https://www.moneyquote.uk/loans/unsecured_personal_loan <p><strong>An unsecured personal loan is basically a plain loan - it's not secured against your home</strong></p> <p>An unsecured personal loan is pretty much the normal way to borrow a large sum of money for a range of expensive things. Unsecured personal loans usually carry an interest rate of between 7% and 12% APR. Within the consumer credit act, unsecured loans can reach a maximum of &pound;25,000 but generally most lenders will only offer you between &pound;500 and &pound;15,000. Typical purchases include home improvements, holidays, cars and wedings.</p> <p><a href="/loans/apply" class="button"><img src="/files/button_compare_loans.png" title="Compare UK Loans" alt="Apply for a free quote" /></a></p> <p><a href="https://www.moneyquote.uk/loans/unsecured_personal_loan" target="_blank">read more</a></p> Loans Wed, 30 Aug 2006 00:32:43 +0000 Administrator 132 at https://www.moneyquote.uk Why Loan? https://www.moneyquote.uk/loans/loan_why <p><strong>A loan is a good way to borrow money for things you might not ever afford to save up for. Along with mortgages, loans are a structured way to buy now and pay later; with rates currently between 5% and 12% for a secured or unsecured loan.</strong></p> <p>Most people think of loans in a very negative way - much more negatively than they think of overdrafts. Maybe it's because loans are associated with being short of cash.</p> <p><a href="/loans/apply" class="button"><img src="/files/button_compare_loans.png" title="Compare UK Loans" alt="Apply for a free quote" /></a></p> <p><a href="https://www.moneyquote.uk/loans/loan_why" target="_blank">read more</a></p> Loans Fri, 15 Sep 2006 03:50:12 +0000 Administrator 148 at https://www.moneyquote.uk