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Welcome to the cheap loans online web site

This site takes a look at the types of loan available the UK today, explains them and provides links to lenders offering loans.

We have details on personal loans, secured and unsecured loans, car loans, home loans and mortgage loans. We will also take a look at bad credit loans, home improvement loans, business loans, student loans, consolodation loans, bridging loans and much more.

With such a large subject, where do we start?

It's simple. For more information on the type of loan you are interested in, find it in the menu to the left side of this web site and click on the link.

We also have links to useful web sites such at the credit card guide.

No matter what type of loan you are looking for, there are certain guidelines and advice that you should follow:

Make sure that you can afford the repayments. When drawing up your monthly budget planner ensure that you take account of all monthly outgoings.
Don’t arrange repayments to the limit of your finances. Leave a buffer to cover unexpected expenses.
Decide how much you really need to borrow. If you only need to borrow £9000, don't borrow £10000 because it is a round figure. This extra £1000 could cost you a lot of extra interest over the life of the loan. Don’t over borrow!
Decide how long do you need to borrow for? If you feel you can repay the loan within 2 years choose a loan over 2 years. Extending the loan will cost you more in interest repayments.
Is the company you are applying for the loan with a registered lender? Registered lenders will have to follow guidelines and a code of conduct. 
Read the small print to ensure that there are no hidden fees for example arrangement fees or administration fees.

 
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