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£150,000 - £500,000 loans

Get your finances in check with a £150,000 - £500,000 loan


With over 40 years of experience in the industry, you can rely on Norton Finance to find the best personal loan for you. Offering loans of up to £500,000, we search the market to find you the most suitable option. We’re here to help, regardless of your credit history and circumstances.
  • Massive choice

    We search the market from over 600 plans.

  • Flexible terms

    You can choose to spread the cost over any term from 1 to 30 years.

  • Here to help

    Even if you have a poor credit history or CCJs, are self-employed or even retired.

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Homeowner rates, from 2.9%

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Unlike a bank we can search wider to find you the best products. So you get more choice not more rejections, even if you have a bad credit history. And that’s more than any bank can offer

Borrowing £150,000 - £500,000 with Norton Finance

Norton Finance is here to help you to find a solution to support your financial circumstances. If you need a loan of £150,000 to £500,000, we work with a variety of different lenders that can provide a solution tailored to your personal circumstances.

Loans over £25,000 are usually secured, or connected to collateral - typically your car or home. If you fail to repay the agreed amount per the terms, the lender may be able to take possession of your property. A secured loan can, however, be a great way for those with bad credit or underperforming financial history to get the money they need.

Your £150,000 - £500,000 loan repayment plan

Use our helpful loan calculator to figure out an estimated repayment on a large secured loan. Quick and convenient, simply insert the amount you wish to borrow, the period of time you want to pay it back over and the interest rate. For example, if you were to arrange a £500,000 loan over 10 years at an APR of 4.9%, you would pay back £5,251.62 per month.

Our loans calculator is usually a more illustrative way to get an initial impression - the best way of getting a figure is to apply for a quote. This process is equally as easy and is completely free with no obligations.

What do I need to apply for a personal loan?

Start your application today with our quick and easy online form. You’ll begin by supplying us with:

It takes just a matter of minutes to provide these details, but it helps to have further information to hand, such as information about any other debts you may have. A member of our team will be in touch shortly after your application is received to discuss your needs further.

£150,000 - £500,000 Loan FAQs

Please click below for the answers to our most commonly asked questions. If you can't find the information you need, call us free on 0800 694 5566 and one of our advisers will be happy to help.

Can I borrow £500,000 with bad credit?

Yes, it is possible to borrow £500,000 even with bad credit. We strive to help everyone who needs support, even if you have a history of bad credit or CCJs.

How much can I borrow?

Norton Finance offers loans up to £500,000. You can borrow anywhere between £3,000 and £500,000.

How long are the repayment terms?

The repayments on a £500,000 loan can last anywhere between one to 30 years, depending on what you’re comfortable with paying back each month.

What are the interest rates?

Homeowner rates start at 2.9%, but the interest rate on our loans varies, and is largely based on the circumstances of an individual.

How long will it take?

A decision can be instant, but please give one to two weeks for your application to be processed and the money to arrive in your bank account.

Are there any loan fees?

We’re a broker rather than a bank. This means we receive a commission from lenders upon completion of a loan. We also apply a broker fee of up to 12.5% of the loan, capped at £3,995.

Can I pay off a loan early?

Should you find yourself able to, you’re free to repay the amount in full at any time. However, doing so may incur an Early Repayment Fee. The fee is calculated according to how much interest the lender stands to lose on your loan via early repayment.

What happens if I miss a payment?

If you are late in making a loan repayment, it’s important to get in touch with the lender as soon as possible. They can help arrange for an extension or a way to restructure your repayments.

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