Homeowner Unsecured Loans from 4.4% APR
Representative APR variable.
Representative example If you borrow £12,000 over 4 years at a Representative APR of 16.9% and an annual interest rate of 16.9% APR (fixed) you would pay £345.64 per month.
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Norton Finance are committed to providing the best and most suitable loans for your circumstances. We'll help you decide which type of loan is the right one for you. Whether you are considering secured or unsecured loans, Norton Finance will help you find the loan with the lowest interest rate and the most preferential terms to suit your own personal and individual requirements.
Norton Finance have been successfully providing loans to thousands of customers for over 35 years. All our loans are arranged in complete confidence and we pride ourselves in the speed and quality of service, from staff with many years of experience who will deal with your loan application swiftly and efficiently through to completion.
Whichever of our loans you choose they all can be used for any purpose you wish. You may decide it is the right time to consolidate and pay off all your existing loans, credit cards, store cards, overdrafts etc and leave yourself just one, more manageable, monthly payment. Or, alternatively, you may wish to do some alterations to your home: a new kitchen, an extension, a patio or redesign your garden - the choice is up to you. Whatever it is, now could be the perfect time to put your ideas into action.
Loans range from £3,000 to £200,000 and the repayment period is from 3 to 25 years.
All Types of Loans
For All Types of People
Loans £3,000 to £200,000
Remortgages £25,000 to £500,000
To get the process underway, simply complete the online enquiry form and a member of our expert team will call you to discuss your requirements
or call our Freephone number on 0800 694 5566 to find out how Norton Finance can help you.
Norton Financial Services Limited are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.