Guarantee loans come in many forms the word itself can be taken into ways we often find them people googled this term the looking for one of two things. First thing I looking for is a guaranteed loan i.e. a loan that can be guaranteed to be paid to them upon their application, and this isn’t something that really does exist no loan can be guaranteed even if you have the best credit score the best affordability in the world each lender still makes a rain checks and is well within their own right to decline the loan for whatever reason they see fit as the end of the day it is their money that their lending. The other version of the loan people looking for is a guaranteed loan i.e. a loan that is guaranteed against property or a person otherwise known as a guarantor to make sure the loan is paid back in full. This is something that you can find in the market it is pretty commonplace for loans to be required to be guaranteed if the applicant is someone that suffers with poor credit or has previously been bankrupt, by using someone or something to guarantee the loan you will find your chances of the loan being paid out successfully treble.
What are people used to guarantee a loan?
The most common thing that people do use for the loan guarantees is their property this this is then classed as a secured loan this in short means should you struggle to make your payments the lender has the guarantee of when your house is sold that the for balance of the outstanding loan will be paid off in full before you receive any funds from the house sale. Another popular guarantee method is to use a guarantor this is mainly found in the sub-prime lending market when people have bad credit lenders tend to look for ways to make sure that their loans will be paid back this is where the guarantor comes in, they will essentially be on the loan with you and be the second form of payment should your monthly payment fail the payment will then go to your guarantor who will clear the monthly agreement and keep your loan up-to-date at all times.
How do I apply for a guaranteed loan?
Making an application is the easiest step of the more is or you simply need to do is fill out the form at the top of this page. As long as you provide us with full and accurate details we will be out to submit your application to the lender that best suits you. Please make sure at all times you do provide us with accurate information as this really can cause problems when trying to find the lender that will lend to you please bear mine every lender has different criteria so providing us with inaccurate information may mean that your loan is either declined or is delayed.
What can I borrow the money for?
Most lenders don’t have any preference on what you do with the money as long as you can afford to pay back the money on a monthly basis they are happy. One thing you may find is when a lender is checking your affordability if they find the is going to be tight because your other credit commitments they may ask you to pay off one of those outstanding commitments using the money that they are willing to lend you so you may find that your loan amount is smaller than you originally wanted but on the other side of things you will have one less creditor to worry about.
How long to take to process a loan?
Loan applications can be relatively fast record stands at 14 hours from application to payout but this was because some providers with hundred percent accurate details and had all their wage proofs to hand. On average from application to payout is between 3 to 5 working days one option to speed this up is to make sure that you have all the accurate information to hand including how much you are paid on a monthly basis and how many outgoings you have on a monthly basis.
Do I need to make a joint application?
There is a possibility that your applications will help process your loan as it means your affordability will be higher but please bear in mind the joint application should only be used with both parties genuinely are willing to pay back the loan. If a joint application is made and approved and any one party pays off the loan and can’t afford any more the other will become responsible just as much as the first party their credit history will be affected if the loan remains unpaid.
Do I need to be employed?
Each and every lender has different lending requirements some do require you to be employed some require you just have a monthly income whether that’s from benefits or wages. As a company we always do suggest that you can constantly afford your monthly payments on each and every loan that you do take this way you will avoid defaulting on any loan agreement.
What if I have a bad credit score?
Having a bad credit score doesn’t mean that you can’t apply for a loan there are many loan companies within the unsecured lending market that will happily lend to someone with a poor credit score he does however mean that you should expect to have a higher interest rate you would of when you had a perfect credit score this reflects the risk lender has to take when lending you the money. One thing I always do like to suggest for people is by paying your loan on a monthly basis in full your credit score will improve and you will be able to refinance so after one year of having alone and making all your monthly payments on time I do suggest you check your credit score and see if you can receive a better interest rate for your loans.
Is there a maximum age?
Currently there is a maximum age of 63 for most lenders this reflects the government retirement age.
What amount you borrow?
Each and every loan can vary in amounts most lenders are willing to lend in 500s there are some lenders that will lend up to £25,000 but this is very dependent on the credit score that you have the average loan we tend to see on a daily basis is between 3 to 5 thousand pounds.
The average loan term tends to be 3 to 5 years but the higher amount loans you can see repayment period spread out over 8 years. For example a loan of £18,000 with a reasonable APR will cost you around £350 a month over five years.
How do I make repayments?
Lenders accept payments in various methods but every lender is different on average most lenders will accept payments by debit card direct debit or standing order. One thing to note is that is not possible to pay loan with a credit card the reason being that class paying finance with finance and getting yourself into greater debt.