Breaking ground on a home extension? Or looking to consolidate borrowings into one monthly payment with a lower interest rate? If you're a UK homeowner, a secured Home Loan could be right for you.
Pay off any existing unsecured loans or credit cards, by consolidating your debts into one easy monthly payment.
If you’re looking to repair, renovate or rebuild, a Home Loan could help front the funds you need to get started.
You may be able to take out a secured Home Loan against your buy-to-let rental property to help with improvements.
You could borrow anything from £10,000 to £250,000 and spread your repayments across 60 to 300 months.
Using Direct Debit, we’ll take your repayments automatically from your chosen account each month.
You could be eligible for a rate reduction of up to 0.3% if your home has an energy efficiency (EPC) rating of A, B or C.
As the loan is secured against your property, your home may be at risk if you fail to repay it.
There is a risk that your monthly loan payments may increase or decrease unexpectedly.
Failing to make payments on time or defaulting on the loan can negatively impact your credit score.
Consolidating existing debts means you will have a single monthly repayment and will know exactly when this is. You may also find that you can reduce your monthly outgoings if you are consolidating debts that have a higher interest rate than the loan you take. However, by consolidating your debt, you may increase the amount you pay back overall therefore extending the repayment period of your debts.
A secured loan can be an alternative to a re-mortgage if, for example, you have a low interest mortgage which you don’t wish to move away from but need additional funds. But always consider all options out there, before securing debts against your home.
If you have taken out a secured Home Loan, your home is always at risk, as with any loan or mortgage secured against your property. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up your repayments.
The rate you receive is based on your personal situation and is dependent on many factors such as your credit history, credit rating and financial status.
When you apply for a Tandem Home Loan, we conduct a soft credit search, which will not affect your credit score. However, if you are approved in principle for a loan and you accept your quotation, we will then conduct a hard credit search which will leave a record on your credit file that other lenders and organisations can see.