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A Guide To Cheap Loan
By Joanne Clive
More and more loan providers are entering the UK financial market, creating stiff competition out there. Stiff competition means more options before the borrowers. In a bid to sell more and capture the loan market, new loan companies are offering cheap loan deals. Thus, the market developments are also working in favour of the borrowers.

The priority of any borrower is to save money by choosing a cheap loan. A cheap loan involves less rate of interest and, therefore, is less demanding on the budget of the borrowers. Their various financial needs can be easily met with cheap loans that are widely available in the market.

Cheap loan is generally a secured loan requiring you to give security against the loan amount. The security works as an assurance to the lender and he offers you a loan at low interest rate. The rate of interest also depends on many other factors like your credit history, debt to income ratio, repayment capability, financial status, etc. Low rate of interest makes loan cheap but it is not always necessarily so. Here is a catch. Some lenders adopt unscrupulous practices by lowering down the interest rates but, at the same time, they charge on other pretexts making the loan expensive in real terms. A loan arrangement fee, early redemption penalty, etc., are some of the charges that might make a difference. Credit card companies


sometimes resort to an annual fee, raising your actual interest rate by another percentage point or two.

So, you should not only consider the interest rate but also see if there are any hidden charges that may raise your loan cost. All high street banks in UK and building societies offer loans. But, do not rely on their claims that the loans that they are providing are cheap loans. Rather, rely on your own judgement. Request several loan quotes from the lenders; go through their terms and conditions and only after a thorough comparison decide the loan deal that seems best to you. If you take all these precautions, there is every possibility that you may get cheap loan to fulfil your financial requirements.


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