Secured loan For Unencumbered Property [Second Charge Mortgage]

Simon Nicholson

Written by Simon Nicholson on July 27, 2018

Updated August 11, 2021

Leading secured loan rates of 3.65%

If you have a property that has no mortgage and you wish to take out extra borrowing against the property then we can help. A secured loan for an unencumbered property is an ideal solution when a mortgage from a mainstream lender is unavailable due to mimimum lending restrictions.

A loan of this type is an great alternative solution if you have a lower value property (less than £75,000), or require a smaller loan (£10,000 plus) that does not meet the mimimum mortgage lending requirements.

Loans can also be secured on unencumbered buy to let property including HMO, Semi commercial flats, high rise buildings and properties with non standard construction.

What can the loan be used for?

 

  • To consolidate unsecured debts such as loan, overdrafts and credit card debts.
  • To make home improvements such as an extension, a new kitchen, bathroom or modernisation.
  • To pay for one off items or expenses such as holidays, weddings or a new car

 

The loan features

  • Borrow from £10,000 – £2.5 Million
  • Repayment terms from 3 – 30 years

 

Applicant types

All applicant types are considered including:

 

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Loan Amount
£10,000 - £500,000

Representative APRC
%

Loan Term
1 - 33 years

Loan Type
Secured & Homeowner Loans

Status
Homeowners Only
Max LTV 100

Rated 4.8/ 5

All credit types

Our expert team can compare over 19 secured loan lenders from across the market to find you the perfect loan. Our team are on hand 7 days a week to handle your loan enquiry from initial quoteation right through to when you receive your loan. Homeowner loans for any purpose including popular options such as debt consolidation, home improvements and buy to let properties. Solutions for bad credit applicants and the self employed. Request a quote to see how much you can borrow today.

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