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Guide to Homeowner Loans


Here is a useful guide to Homeowner Loans. A Homeowner Loan is a loan secured against your home. Homeowner loans can help you unlock capital tied up in your home. They offer solutions that many other loans do not offer, like long repayment terms. Homeowner loans are secured against your home which will be at risk if you can not meet your repayments.

Homeowner loans are a popular secured loan where your home is used as security to the lender for the money you borrow. In other words, if you don't pay back the loan, the lender can, in extreme circumstances, sell your house in order to recoup any losses. Homeowner loans are also known as second charge loans or second mortgage loans.

A Homeowner Loan is any loan which requires the borrower to provide the lender with some form of security, in the case of our Homeowner Loans the 'security' will be a mortgage over the borrower's home.

How much you can borrow with a homeowner loan depends on how much equity is in your house. While the lender benefits from the peace of mind of knowing that the loan is secure, there are many benefits to the consumer of homeowner loans.

Firstly, compared with unsecured loans, homeowner loans tend to be faster and easier to arrange. As a homeowner, you can borrow against the value in your home without spending your equity.

With a homeowner loan, you can keep your current mortgage, so you don't need to remortgage in order to realise the value of your equity and homeowner loans usually have a lower rate of interest than unsecured loans.

Interest rates for homeowner loans will depend on how much you want to borrow, the repayment period and your financial circumstances, such as your credit record including any mortgage arrears and CCJs, proof of income and employment status.

Homeowner loans can be used for any purpose. You can use the money to consolidate existing debts, pay off overdrafts and credit cards or buy yourself a new car, go on holiday or make home improvements.

One of the benefits of a Homeowner loan is that the interest rate will be lower than on a comparable Personal loan. Quite often this type of loan will be more flexible in terms of repayment period and as the amount you can borrow is primarily based on the 'available equity' of your home, this tends to be more flexible also.

A Homeowner Loan is a loan secured on your home - this provides the lender with some form of security, regardless of whether it is mortgaged or owned outright.

You can borrow more with loans secured on property, normally up to 75,000 and the interest rates are normally lower than with an unsecured loan because of the lower risk to the lender.

With homeowner loans you can also pay over a longer period of time, anything between five years and twenty-five years.

You may freely reprint this article provided the author's biography remains intact:

John Mussi is the founder of Direct Online Loans who help UK homeowners find the best available loans via the http://www.directonlineloans.co.uk website.


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