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Products Updated October 19, 2018

Loan Repayments Calculator

Use our quick and easy to use loan calculator below to find out how much your monthly repayments will be given the amount you wish to borrow and the term of the loan. Here you can change the interest charges, repayment terms and loan amount to suit your budget.

This calculator will give you an idea of costs. The exact amount and APR payable will be provided from the lender subject to credit and affordability checks.

Your monthly payment will be:

£136.90

Interest on this loan will be:

£714

Annual Percentage Rate (APR):

3.7%

Total repaid will be:

£8,214

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Loan Amount
£1,000 - £250,000

Representative APR
4.2%

Loan Term
3 - 30 years

Loan Type
Secured Loans & Personal Finance

Status
Homeowners & Tenants
Max LTV 100%

Feasible.co.uk are our approved credit brokers who working alongside their award winning partners can search the market place to find you the cheapest loans on the market. They can arrange loans for any purpose including popular options such as debt consolidation, home improvements.

How much will be loan costs?

What are loan repayments?

The actual loan costs will depend on the lender, interest rate, loan amount, and loan term. You can use the repayment calculator above to get an estimate of monthly costs and interest charges. When you apply for a loan with one of our approved lenders they will provide you with a full breakdown of charges before you agree to any loan offer. Most loan offers are subject to a soft credit search and the interest rate you are offered may vary depending on your past credit history.

How much can I borrow?

How much you can borrow will be subject to a range of factors including your income, credit rating and affordability assessments. Most unsecured lenders offer loans ranging from £1000 - £25,000 while the more expensive short term lenders can offer loans starting from £50. If you wish to borrow over £25,000 from 3-30 years and you're also a homeowner then you may wish to consider taking out a second charge mortgage.

 

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