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A to Z of Finances

Your jargon-free guide to the loans and mortgage products offered by Norton Finance. Find out how we take care of everything.

Factors affecting credit score

Anyone who has ever borrowed money or used credit of any kind has a credit history. This is your record of all loans and credit taken out for a variety of purposes over the years.

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Using a loan broker

Find out the differences between a loan broker and a lender, as well the benefits of each, and discover which is best for your situation with Norton Finance.

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Pros and cons of payday loans

Payday loans can be a convenient method for paying a sudden expense or repair. But they can also have their disadvantages. Find out the pros and cons here.

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Guide to online loans

The rise of the internet means many aspects of our daily lives are far easier than they once were. Whether it's catching up with friends, applying for jobs, booking a holiday or treating ourselves to new clothes, we can do it all online at the click of a button.

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Financial jargon explained

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Loan application was refused

You may have recently been refused credit, whether you applied for a loan, a credit card or another type of financial product. If this is the case, then you probably feel frustrated and a bit confused about what to do next.

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Guide to debt consolidation

This debt consolidation guide covers everything from the reasons why people consolidate debt to creating your ideal consolidation plan. We'll cover topics like secured and unsecured borrowing, when to consolidate debt and how to apply for the right loan, so you can make sure you are getting good advice.

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How to apply for a loan

Our aim is to take you through all the key steps, whether you're applying for a loan online or doing it in person, and make it all a little less daunting. From the first form up to the moment you press send – and what happens after.

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A guide to APR

There is plenty of choice on the market when looking to borrow money. When making a choice, remember to consider the APR that will be charged on borrowing. Our straightforward guide explains APR and what it means for you.

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What are debt consolidation loans?

Sometimes it can be a struggle to keep track of different payments at different times, when one single regular payment could help improve your financial situation. We look at debt consolidation loans to see if they are right for you.

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A straightforward guide to bridging loans

Primarily intended for short–term payments, bridging loans suit property transactions but they can also be a useful option for providing emergency access to money when funds are tight. At Norton Finance, we offer a range of flexible bridging loans to help you cover the gaps in your finance and suit your situation.

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A straightforward guide to logbook loans

There are many ways to buy a car, but sometimes it can be overwhelming to know where to start, and what might be the best option for you. At Norton Finance, our logbook loans offer the opportunity for you to raise funds for a big purchase, new venture or unexpected expense. They can also be useful if you are struggling to pay for a new car upfront.

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Your guide to Loan to Value

Loan–to–Value (LTV) is an increasingly important subject for homeowners looking to maximise the value of their home and make repayments more affordable.

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Debt consolidation: A Primer

Take control of credit cards, personal loans and expensive finance with debt consolidation.

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The process of getting a self employed loan

The most recent recession may have left some lenders cautious towards the self–employed. But lately there's been a shift – don't let your work circumstances stand in the way of getting much–needed financial help.

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The remortgaging process explained

There are many reasons for remortgaging and there are a variety of options available. The amount of choice on offer can be confusing – so doing your homework and weighing up the pros and cons is essential.

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Guide to Bad Credit Loans

You may even find yourself with a poor credit rating if you’ve never had a credit card or loan before, as the lender won’t be able to find any evidence to prove you can manage your payments.

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Find Out More About Equity Release Loans

A growing number of people are using equity release loans to pass on a tax–free legacy to their loved ones, before they pass away. A typical reason is to give children or grandchildren a leg–up onto the housing ladder, or to help them pay off student loans.

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Your guide to Offset Mortgages

Could an offset mortgage be your ideal lending choice?

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Mortgage Jargon Buster & Glossary

Mortgage Jargon Buster & Glossary
Mortgage Jargon Buster & Glossary

For many people, understanding mortgages is no easy task. There are a huge number of mortgages on the market, offering homebuyers an array of features and benefits, timescales, interest rates and moreā€¦

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Using Our Loan Calculator

Careful planning will help you identify the best deal for your needs, and make it easier for you to avoid running into difficulties later on.

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Representative example: If you borrow £10,000 over 10 years at an interest rate of 5.14% (variable) you would make 120 payments of £122.71 per month. The total amount repayable would be £14,725.20 (This includes a lender fee of £495 and a broker fee of £1,000 which have been added to the loan.)

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