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Compare Homeowner Loans from £10,000 to £250,000
Finding the best homeowner loans can be daunting. Securing a loan against your home needs careful consideration. Not over-committing yourself financially is a must, as your home may be repossessed if you don’t make the monthly repayments. That’s where WeTrust can help.
We’ve partnered with Fluent Money to provide a homeowner loan comparison service that’s simple to use. If you're a homeowner and you’re looking for a loan between £10,000 and £250,000, we can help find you the best homeowner loan.
There's no limit on what you can use your homeowner loan for. You might be planning a new extension to cope with the kids' ever-growing toy collection. Or you want to take that round-the-world trip you've promised yourself for the past few years. Whatever you want to do, compare homeowner loans with WeTrust.
How WeTrust Homeowner Loans Work
WeTrust’s homeowner loans comparison service could help you find the best homeowner loan. UK residents can benefit from low-interest and fixed-rate loan options, because our panel has lenders with loans to suit most circumstances.
Lenders may see you as a lower risk if you agree to secure your loan against your home. They may offer you lower interest rates than you’d get for a personal (unsecured) loan. However, if you can’t pay the loan back, you risk losing your home. Make sure you work out whether you can afford the loan before signing up for one.
The loans available through our comparison service vary depending on elements such as your financial situation and how long you want the loan for. Try WeTrust’s comparison service and find a loan that’s right for what you need.
Fancy a loft conversion to add another bedroom to your house? Or maybe you’ve got some other debt you’d like to pay off. You might even want to buy a holiday home. Whatever your needs, WeTrust’s comparison service can help find you a loan for any purpose.
Loans from £10,000 to £250,000
The lenders on our panel offer loans from £10,000 to £250,000. If you want to borrow a large amount, look at remortgaging as an option, too.
Low and fixed rates available
WeTrust’s comparison service offers loans with different interest rates and repayment terms. It’s important to understand which rate you are on, as it can affect the amount you pay each month.
As Easy as 1, 2, 3
WeTrust makes comparing homeowner loans easy and fast. Fill us in on how much you’re looking for, and one of our experts will help you find the right loan.
How much do you want to borrow?
Let us know the size of the loan you want and what you’ll use it for.
Tell us a bit about yourself
We need your address and contact details.
Click on the 'Get Quotes Now' button to send us the information we need. We’ll assign an experienced advisor to your case. They’ll contact you for more details, then search our panel of lenders to find a loan that best suits your circumstances. Once they’ve found some that are right for you, they’ll send you the loan details to review.
WeTrust Homeowner Loans FAQs
- Fixed-term: your monthly payments are the same throughout your loan, so you know how much you’ll be paying each month
- Variable-rate: the interest rate on this kind of loan may change during the loan, meaning your monthly payments could go up or down.
- Short-term fixed rate: you pay the same amount each month for a set time, usually between one and five years. Then you pay a variable rate for the rest of your loan.
- Be within a specific age group, eg 21-65
- UK resident for three years
- Have a regular income
- Have a current account
- Have equity your home
- You can usually only take one loan out if you have equity in your property
- Some loans have variable interest rates, so the repayments may change during the loan. Make sure you can afford the repayments.
- If you don’t make the repayments on your loan, your lender could apply to have your home repossessed and sold to pay your debt.
- There may be a penalty charge if you want to repay the loan early. Check your loan paperwork to see if this applies to you.
- Some loans allow you to take a 'payment holiday', which is handy for months where you need a bit of financial breathing space.