loan to clear bankruptcy in York

loan to clear bankruptcy in York OK  so where do you start and get good advice on what loan deals  and rates you can get.

Firstly  make sure you can afford the loan and a good starting point to find out what loan rates you an get will be your credit profile, before you even apply for a mortgage irrespective of your background eg loan to clear bankruptcy   the starting point should always be to get a copy of your credit file and check it and read through it before applying anywhere.  Giving a copy to the mortgage advisors at the outset would also really help them understand the actual dates and amounts involved, as all too often we hear , i had a default or ccj  etc  about 2 years ago for about £300 or £ 400 i’m not totally sure of which.  That doesn’t give us a lot to actually source the right loan deal on Loan companies will typically cover all the upfront costs of any loan,  so you dont have to pay anything out, – the loans and their time isnt free, they just tend to add it all onto the loan balance at the start. enquire-now

  Secondly  get a copy of your credit report  you can get free credit reports now  so there’s no excuse – make sure you have put all of the last 6 years address history on the credit report so it fully represents what the mortgage lenders will see when they run their credit checks,  there is no point only showing your mortgage advisor  a art credit report, hoping that just cos your version doesnt show all the bad credit that the lenders might not find out.   

Interest ratess on bad credit loans varies widely  we have some lenders that will take in minor bead credit at around 6%, but we have lenders that go all the way upto 49%  –  it all depends on the risk they are taking with you, typically most people would probably get a rate of around 9%  – which is fine  if you only intend to have the loan for a few years and then consolidate it back into your main mortgage when your credit history has repaired itself

loan to clear bankruptcy in York

So when it comes to how much you can borrow, the answer is it all depends, firstly you need to be a homeowner as the lender will want to secure the loan against your home, to reduce the risk to them of you not paying.both upon your actual dates and amounts of bad credit and also how recent or how distant in the past they were. 

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Where can i get help on loan to clear bankruptcy in York

Thats easy  just apply to us  and we can discuss your case and what lending you can obtain with you in just a quick ten minute call !


Can I get an unsecured loan for  loan to clear bankruptcy in York

Finally although there are unsecured loans out there, typically they lend less than £7,000   and in most cases want ‘cleaner credit profiles’  so if you have very heavy adverse eg ccjs  or an IVA,  then they may not be a viable option for you.


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