We’ve teamed up with Aro to quickly show your finance options with multiple lenders in just a few minutes. Their search engine finds the most suitable loans available for your personal circumstances – whether that’s a personal loan for a new car (£500 – £35,000 over terms from 1 to 7 years) or a secured homeowner loan to consolidate your debts (£5,000-£500,000+ over terms from 1 to 30 years).
You can use your loan to fund a variety of things, from buying a car to making home improvements, or paying for your wedding. You could also use it to consolidate existing loans or debts, making them easier to manage.**
Here are a few things you could use a loan for:
A debt consolidation loan can reduce your credit repayments on loans, cards and overdrafts into just a single outgoing.**
Home Improvement loans can help you make your home perfect by borrowing from £1,000 to £500,000+.
If you’re ready for a new adventure, you can spread the cost of your caravan or motorhome and just enjoy the journey.
If you’re considering purchasing additional property, then you can check how much you can borrow with an additional property loan.
You can check the financial options available to you and purchase the freehold for your property, so you are no longer leasing.
You can check your finance options and get a loan for taking care of medical expenses without damaging your credit score.
We’ve teamed with Aro to search multiple lenders for the best loan for your circumstances, whether that’s a personal loan or a secured homeowner loan*.
Whether your loan is for a new car, making home improvements, or even paying for your wedding, you can search for the best loan without affecting your credit score.
We based our call centre in Yorkshire because we know that speaking to someone real, friendly, and happy to help get you the best deal when you switch is going to make the experience that little bit easier, and that’s as important to us as it is to you.
* Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on a mortgage or any other debt secured on it.
**By consolidating you may be extending the term of your debt and increasing the total amount repayable.