£5,000 Secured & Unsecured Personal Loans
Taking out a loan for £5,000 can be the perfect amount for a lot of reasons; whether it is a £5,000 loan for a new car, or a £5,000 to help towards creating your perfect Kitchen in your home. We work alongside various lenders who offer some fantastic rates for a loan for £5,000. Our job is to find you the most suitable £5K loan.
Many of the lenders that we also work with can help in getting a loan for £5,000 if you have bad credit. We specialise in helping customers find the cheapest £5,000 loan, even if they may have had some bad credit in the past such as defaults or CCJs (County Court Judgements).
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I take out a £5,000 loan with a bad credit history?
Yes, we have carefully chosen our panel of lenders and we will be more than happy to discuss your circumstances and the likelihood of getting a £5,000 loan. Lenders on our panel accept bad credit history in the form of CCJs, defaults and missed payments.
Do you offer unsecured & secured £5,000 loans?
Yes, we have lenders who can lend you £5,000 on an unsecured or secured basis (homeowners only). If you have a really bad credit history a guarantor may be needed to support your loan application.
Over what term can I take my £5,000 Loan over?
You can take your £5,000 Loan from 1 year up to 15 years, depending on the lender.
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How we work
Just some of the UK Lenders we compare
UNSECURED LOAN REPRESENTATIVE EXAMPLE - 49.9% APRC (variable) Secured loans from 3.83% APRC.
SECURED LOAN REPRESENTATIVE EXAMPLE - Assumed borrowing of £30,000 over 240 months, with a 36 month fixed rate followed by a variable rate plus a brokers fee of £1,495 and a lender fee of £495 would result in a monthly repayment of £256.04, the APRC 8.2% for 36 months then a monthly repayment of £247.45 on variable rate, the total amount payable would be £59,817.24. The actual rate available will depend on your circumstances, please ask for a personalised illustration.
By taking out a secured loan you are borrowing money that is secured against your home. If you are thinking of consolidating existing borrowing you should be aware that you may be extending the terms of the debt and increasing the total amount you repay. Rates as of 16/01/2017.
THINK CAREFULLY BEFORE SECURING OTHER DEBTS AGAINST YOUR HOME. YOUR HOME MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE.
WARNING: LATE REPAYMENT CAN CAUSE YOU SERIOUS MONEY PROBLEMS. FOR HELP, GO TO MONEYADVICESERVICE.CO.UK.