Homeowner loans from Feasible.co.uk
Feasible are a second charge mortgage specialist who help homeowners raise additional funds against their property. Loans can be arranged from £5,000 - £2,000,000 for almost any legal purpose. Popular loan uses include debt consolidation, buy to let, and to make improvements around the home.
Loans can be repaid over 3 – 30 years and rates start as low as 4.2% APRC with solutions for most applicant types including self-employed and those who may have credit issues or been refused credit elsewhere.
What types of loans are available?
Feasible offer: Secured loans for homeowners: These types of loans are second charge mortgages that allow homeowners to secure a loan against their home alongside their existing first charge mortgage up to 95% loan to value. These loans, like your mortgage can be repaid over the long term if required and are available with no early repayment charges (ERC’s) if you did wish to repay the loan early.
Feasible offer: Buy-to-let rental property loans: These are secured loans against buy to let property including HMO’s, student lets and semi-commercial property investments. BTL loans are none regulated and can often be arranged very quickly when funds are needed urgently. Lenders have a wide range of solutions to suit most applicant types. Loans can be arranged up to 85% Loan to value including bad credit solutions, self-employed and exclusive rates.
Feasible offer: Home Improvement Loans: These types of loans are for applications who wish to carry out home improvements and are typically used to help fund new kitchens, bathrooms, home extensions and modernisation projects. These types of loans can be arranged while keeping your existing mortgage deal in place.
Feasible offer: Debt Consolidation Loans: These types of loans are a very popular options for borrowers who wish to consolidate their credit cards, overdraft and existing credit commitments into an easier to manage homeowner loan. A popular option for applicants who may be struggling with the monthly repayments of their existing credit commitments and need to lower their monthly credit outgoings.