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Here are some useful secured loans tips. Secured loans enable most homeowners to borrow capital against the value of their property. A secured loan is where the amount you borrow is secured against the value of your home. This is a loan that's secured on your property, which, if you already have a mortgage is also known as a second charge. So, providing you have equity in your home and can afford the repayments, the chances are you will be able to borrow against it.

A secured loan is a convenient way of borrowing a larger sum of money and repaying it over a longer period of time than is usually possible with an unsecured personal loan. In simple terms a "secured" loan gives security to the lender, not to you, the borrower. It is any loan which requires the borrower to provide the lender with some form of security other than just a promise to pay.

A secured loan is usually provided with a lower interest rate than an unsecured loan because you will have secured your property against it. They are normally quicker to arrange because the lender has some security to offset against the loan should you default on the repayments. A Secured loan enables homeowners to borrow capital and offset the risk against the value of their property. This means that you are effectively using your property to guarantee the loan.

Secured loans have a range of distinct benefits over other types of borrowing. Because of the lower risk to the loan provider, they pass on reduced interest rates to property owners. However, they've got more to offer than just attractive Annual Percentage Rates (APR).

Secured loans come with all sorts of flexible repayment terms that will make it easier for you to repay, so it's important to read the small print. Clauses to keep an eye out for include: 'payment holidays' whereby you can halt repayments for an agreed period of time, and favourable redemption charges - so you won't be penalised if you want to pay the loan back early.

The amount you can borrow ranges from £5,000 up to £75,000 although some lenders will consider lending more. The loan is usually repaid monthly over an agreed term of between five and twenty five years depending on your circumstances and how much you can afford as your monthly payment. The most important consideration is that you can afford the monthly repayments. Obviously the better your credit history and individual circumstances will affect the rate which is offered to you.

The main benefit of a secured loan is that, typically, they offer a cheaper interest rate than unsecured loans. The cheaper interest rate reflects the reduced risk involved for a loan company in providing a secured loan. Approval for secured loans tends to be easier than for unsecured loans.

Secured loans can be used for any purpose and are one of the ways that you can use the equity in your home to raise money for the things you've always dreamed of - like that long overdue holiday, home improvements, or buying a new car. You can also use a secured loan to consolidate your debts into one manageable monthly repayment.

It does not matter what type of lender is providing the loan. Whether it is a high street bank, building society or finance company the result is the same. If you borrow money using a mortgage as security you are agreeing that the lender can claim the mortgaged property if you fail to keep to the agreement.

If you agree to a secured loan on your home, you should remember that, although the property remains in your possession, it can be repossessed by the lender if the loan and the interest are not paid according to the agreed terms. The lender will then sell the property in order to recover the money you borrowed plus additional costs incurred in recovering the money - this is the same with all lending companies.

Low cost insurance can be arranged to cover your repayments. Most people find that it is a small price to pay for the peace of mind it gives. Loan insurance policies cover your personal loan if you are unable to work because of illness, accident or disability, or you become unemployed.

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About The Author

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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