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1 to 12 Month Finance - From £50,000

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  • Moving house, broken sale chain?
  • Auction purchase - Fast finance
  • Renovating a house to sell on?

Bridging loans can be used for residential, commercial, refurbishments, change of use and capital raising - call us.

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United Trust Bank Loans

Compare United Trust Bank loan deals with the UK market

Second Charge Loans

If you are looking for a second charge loan, we can help you find the most competitive deal on the market.

As well as offering home loan deals offered by lenders for people with good credit histories we also work with secured loan brokers who search the UK secured loans market to find you the best rate. All you need to do is:

  • Second charge loans from £40,000 to £2.5m
  • Loan term from 3 years Up to 30 years
  • Adverse Credit and CCJs loan applications considered
  • Leading UK secured lender deals compared

For the latest second charge loan deals see the latest deals above or contact us on 0117 313 8872 or complete our loan enquiry form

Bridging Loans

Compare United trust bridging loans with the rest of the market:

  • Minimum loan size £100k
  • Loan term 1 to 12 months
  • Maximum loan size £15m+
  • Residential and mixed use security
  • Land with planning considered
  • Max LTV 70% MV

For more information on bridging deals call our bridging team on 0117 313 8872 or complete our bridging enquiry form

United Trust Bank Secured Loans

About United Trust Bank

Incorporated in 1955 United Trust Bank is a specialist lender providing secured lending solutions to UK homeowners.

What is a secured loan?

A secured loan is money you borrow that is secured against an asset that you own (generally your home). You tend to get offered better interest rates with secured loans than you do with unsecured loans. However, it is often seen as a riskier option as you could lose your home if you cannot keep up with repayments; which is why to consider carefully before going down this route and ensure you choose the best deal to suit your circumstances.

Why secured loans are useful

Secured loans tend to offer lower interest rates then unsecured loans, as the loan is secured against your property. Another reason why many people are now choosing to take out secured loans is because your repayments are usually made on a monthly basis. However, it is also worth noting that the amount you pay each month will vary if there is no fixed interest rate on your secured loan.

Where can I find secure loan deals?

The majority of secured loan lenders are only willing to work through independent intermediaries, such as our self. That’s why we advise potential customers to contact a mortgage broker, when looking to find the ideal secure loan deal for them. A mortgage broker has access to a range of secured loan deals, and will be able to provide you with unbiased, expert advice to help you make a decision.

Our services

We work with the majority of secured loan lenders to offer you leading and exclusive secured loan deals. Our specialised secured loan advisory team can help to analyse your situation, and provide you with expert advice to help you make the best decisions for your future. If you have any question or queries with any aspects of secured loans, why not call us today on 0117 313 8872 for a FREE initial consultation; or fill in our contact form to request a call back.

YOUR HOME MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON A MORTGAGE OR ANY OTHER DEBTS SECURED ON IT.

5 reasons to use our Loan Service

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    Compare over 200 loans from over 20 lenders
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    UK market leading loan rates
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    Fast loan service - You could have a loan underwritten, approved and paid within 24 hours
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    Credit to suit all circumstances
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    Simple process

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