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Secured loans use property as collateral against the loan, often at a lower interest rate than unsecured loans.

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A secured loan can be used for any legal purpose including: consolidation, home improvements, paying a tax bill or injecting cash into a business.

Features of a Secured Loan
  • An alternative to a remortgage
  • Loans up to £500,000 (more on referral)
  • Market leading rates
  • Lenders with no maximum LTV
  • Terms up to 35 years
  • Range of incomes accepted

Customers who own their home may consider a remortgage or equity release as a way of raising money. However, those on a fixed low rate product may face early repayment penalties. If their existing mortgage lender refuses additional borrowing, or if they are wanting the money quickly, then a secured loan may be the preferable option.

Here at Norton Broker Services, we have a whole-of-market panel of secured lenders. This means we are able to help customers from all walks of life.

We offer all our brokers two routes for working with us: You Advise or We Advise.

You Advise
We Advise

It’s up to you how you want to submit the case. Either way, Norton Broker Services are here to help.

Each case is assigned a dedicated adviser, who deals with absolutely everything from fact find, to sourcing, to advising on the loan, so your customer has one single point of contact throughout.

Our advisers work hard to get each case the best possible solution for the customer and get their cases through to completion.

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Evolution Money
Lesley Stephen
Mercantile Trust
Norton Home Loans
Optimum Credit
Spring Finance
Step One
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West One

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