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How You Can Benefit From a Homeowner Loan

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By : Peter Kenny    99 or more times read
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A homeowner loan is one that is secured against your home and gives you more potential for borrowing money when you need it than you will have with an unsecured personal loan. With the rising prices of homes in the UK in recent years, you may find that you are in a great position to borrow if you have a considerable amount of equity built up in your home. This is the difference in the amount of money you would get for your home on the real estate market and the amount you still have remaining on your mortgage. You can get the money you need to finance a major renovation project or to make a major purchase with such a loan and spread the payments out over periods of 5 to 25 years.

Even if you have poor credit, you can benefit from taking out a homeowner loan when you cannot get approval for another type of loan. Through the money you borrow, you can improve your financial situation by paying off your debts and combining all of them into one lower monthly payment that will leave you with money left over each month for leisure activities or for savings. By paying off all your other debts and making your homeowner loan payments on time each month, you will also increase your credits core.

Before you run to the bank to apply for a loan, you should do a little bit of research first. This involves taking stock of your financial situation to determine how much money you can afford to borrow. Since it is a loan secured against your home, you do have to be careful in ensuring you can and do make the monthly payments. If you find yourself having difficulty doing this, the result could be that you will be forced to sell your home or endure foreclosure by the lender. It is important that you do not take on more than you can cope with. You do have to have a backup plan in place so that you have access to funds to make a monthly payment in the even that you are unable to do so.

Consult with a real estate agent to find out what you home is worth on the market. Then when you look at the unpaid balance of your mortgage, you will have a sense of how much money you can borrow with a homeowner loan. Lenders usually approve homeowner loans of 80% of the equity they have built up. So if you multiple the amount of equity you have by 80, you will have an approximate amount of money that you could borrow.

You do need to have a mortgage on your home to qualify for a homeowner loan, but you do not necessarily have to apply to the same lender for this loan. Since it will be a separate loan with a separate monthly payment, you could have your mortgage with one lender and your homeowner loan with another. However, you do have to compare interest rates with the various lenders. The amount of interest you pay will affect not only your monthly payment, but the length of time it takes you to repay the loan in full. Although this may take you some time, you can easily so a search online for lenders. The websites have the interest rate charged for sun loans listed on the site, and many lenders have a loan calculator that is free to use. This calculator can help you determine the monthly payment you would have with a set amount of money over a set term. You can experiment with different figures until you get a result that fits your individual situation. You can also get a great deal if you use a broker because this person will put your loan out to several lenders and then you can choose the one offering the best terms.

Before you sign for acceptance of the loan make sure you read the small print to make sure there are no hidden fees, charges or clauses. Be aware of the type of interest rate you have for the loan- whether it is fixed or variable and whether or not you will have to pay any fees if you find yourself in a financial position that enables you to repay the loan before the term is up.

Have all the necessary insurance in place. In some cases the lender may require you to have additional insurance on the loan in the event that you are unable to make payments if you become ill or lose your job through redundancy. This insurance will give you peace of mind that your payments are being made during your recovery period or while you are searching for a new job. You do not have to use the cover provided by the lender because you can shop around to find the cheapest insurance for your needs.
Author Resource:- Peter Kenny has been writing financial articles for 10 years and is a writer for The Thrifty Scot, please visit us at Homeowner Loan and Secured Loans
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