Call free on 0800 694 5566 Open 24 hours a day.


Read here about what we're doing to assist our customers during COVID-19

More than any bank

£60,000 – £100,000 loans

Secure the funds you need with tailored personal loans between £60,000 - £100,000.

Taking out a personal loan of £60,000 to £100,000 can help you secure the funds you need to complete home renovations, start a business or consolidate existing debts into a more easily managed repayment. Whether you opt for a secured or unsecured personal loan, there are certain risks you should consider before agreeing to a deal. Find out more about our personal loans up to £100,000.
  • Defaulting on your repayments could put you at risk of losing your assets and place you in financial difficulty.

  • The type of loan you get, the length of your deal and the amount you borrow will all affect your repayments schedule and fees.

  • Make sure you fully understand the proposed terms of your loan before agreeing.

Looking for a larger amount?

Alternatively, call FREE on 0800 694 5566 Open 24 hours a day.

Homeowner rates, from 3.37%

2020 Platinum Feefo Trusted Service Award

Your £60,000 - £100,000 loan repayment plan

Before committing to a loan, it’s essential that you understand the proposed fees, rates and repayments and ensure you can afford to borrow. A loan or interest rate calculator is a really useful tool for working out how much you’ll be expected to pay back on your loan before you accept a loan agreement.

For example, if you borrowed £60,000 over five years at an interest rate of 4.9%, you would pay an estimated £1,126.46 a month.

Using a repayment calculator

  1. Insert the amount you want to borrow
  2. Enter the length of your repayment
  3. Specify whether or not you own your own home.

What do I need to apply for a loan of £60,000-£100,000?

To fill in a standard loan application form, you will need to provide some basic information about yourself and your circumstances. These should include your:

If you plan to use your loan to consolidate other debt repayments, please have details on those arrangements to hand. This will make the process much easier as it gives lenders all the information they need to arrange payment.

Commonly asked questions about loans from £60,000 to £100,000

Learn more about how you can borrow a £60,000 loan with our question and answer section.

Can I borrow £100,000 with bad credit?

Yes, it’s possible to apply for a loan of £100,000 if you have bad credit. Lenders will often have a bad credit loan option designed specifically for people with a poor credit history or low credit score. However, they often come with higher interest rates and fees to alleviate perceived risk to the lender.

Are bridging loans a good idea?

A loan of between £60,000 and £100,000 could be used to ensure property repayments are covered in part if you’ve bought a new home but haven’t yet managed to sell your old one. This type of bridging loan is quite common – it involves borrowing a large amount of money in a short timeframe.

However, as a bridging loan is a short-term product you may find interest rates are higher than other types of loan, due to the amounts involved, and it isn’t recommended you take out the loan unless you are confident of paying back the loan in full, sooner rather than later.

Norton Finance loan details

If you have any other questions, get in touch with a member of our team and we’ll do what we can to help.

Borrowing £60,000 - £100,000 with Norton Finance

There are plenty of reasons why you may need a secured loan of up to £100,000, including using the lump sum to consolidate other loans. This can turn multiple debts into one simple and more manageable repayment. While the amount you want to borrow will factor into your application, we’re here to find a solution that works best for all parties.

We’re happy to talk you through your options and repayment plan - contact us with any questions.

What can I use a £60,000 loan for?

There are many things you could need a loan of £60,000 - £100,000 for, whatever your current circumstances. These include:


Home improvement

A loan of this amount can go a long way in helping you extend, renovate or redecorate your home.


Further your current business, set up something new or invest in a project.

Debt consolidation

Manage your debts more effectively by combining them into one monthly loan repayment.

Whatever you need a loan for, having a lump sum can help pay off important expenses. You can cut down the costs into smaller more manageable monthly payments.

Related Articles

Call us FREE on 0800 694 5566

24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Complete our quick online form.

Get a Quote Now