Compare loans quickly and easily
Hunting around for a loan which is right for you can be a challenge, that’s where our easy to read best buy table can help. You can quickly compare information such as provider, product, representative APR, total amount repayable and monthly repayments to find the loan that’s right for you - it’s that easy! If you are a homeowner you may also wish to compare homeowner loans through us.
Your results are sorted by interest rate APR/APRC from low to high. This will show you the loans that are likely to cost you the least overall (in terms of total interest and fees) first; However, please remember that in order to get the rate of interest listed you will have to satisfy certain eligibility criteria when applying with the provider.
If this is to raise additional funds then please also consider remortgaging as an option.
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Personal and Homeowner loan
Why choose a loan through comparethemarket.com?
We’ve tried to make it quick and easy for you to compare personal and homeowner loans to find the one which is right for you.
It can sometimes be a bit of a challenge trying to understand all the terminology associated with loans and deciding which type you are looking for. We could help make it a little simpler and help demystify the types of loans out there for you.
What is a personal loan?
An unsecured loan, or personal loan as it is commonly known, is based only on your personal circumstances, such as how much you earn and your monthly outgoings.
What is a homeowner loan?
A homeowner loan is secured against your property, so that you must be a homeowner (either own outright or have a mortgage) to be eligible for this type of loan. It is worth being mindful that if you do not keep up your repayments then your property may be at risk with this type of loan.
It’s important to remember every time you are refused an application for a loan it may impact your credit rating. It is advisable to only apply for the loans that you are confident of being accepted for.