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  • Loans from £7,500 to £500,000+
  • We consider all credit profiles
  • Interest rates from only 6.59%
  • As a credit broker we can offer more options with our panel of lenders
  • Fast secure process that you control
  • Quotes that are tailored to suit your needs
  • Fixed rates available

Our experts are here to make sure you get the best deal available

Making you feel at ease with your choices throughout the journey. By searching through a leading panel of lenders we are able to find the best loan available to suit your needs. Don’t worry if you have don’t have a perfect credit history we are here to help, even if you have CCJ’s or defaults.

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Representative Example

If you borrow £23,400 over 120 months at a rate of 8.9% (variable), you will pay 120 monthly instalments of £332.18 assuming rates do not change. This includes a broker fee of £2,340 and a lender fee of £595. Total payable £39,861.60. Total charge for credit (net loan interest) is £16,461.60. The overall cost for comparison is 10.33% APRC variable.

Think carefully before securing other debts against your home. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on a mortgage or other debt secured on it.

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To ensure Genuine Finance always keeps abreast of the latest current and proposed regulations for both consumers and ourselves, we have become a member of the Association of Finance Brokers (AFB). AFB also provide a voice to and a link with key regulatory bodies within the loan and mortgage sectors, such as the FCA (Financial Conduct Authority) ensuring key decision makers have open dialogue as and when required for its members.