Halifax are one of the UK's leading personal loan providers offering loans between £1,000 and £25,000 over fixed repayment terms. With a Halifax loan you can overpay to reduce the cost and could have the money in your bank account within just a few minutes. The interest rate you'll pay will depend on how much you borrow, for how long, and on your personal circumstances. You can apply for a Halifax loan online, over the phone or at your nearest Halifax branch.
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Halifax Clarity Loan Ex/C
£1,000 to £25,000
4.4% APR (£7,500 to £25,000)
1 year to 7 years
Available to existing customers only.
Representative Example: The Representative APR is 9.9% APR (fixed) so if you borrow £10,000 over 5 years at a rate of 9.48% p.a (fixed) you will repay £209.91 per month & £12,594.60 in total.
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Recommended by jmpcoy
Went into the bank to talk about how I might be able to sort out my finances and after chatting over my debts with an adviser I realised by consolidating my existing loan and credit card debts with my wife's, we could decrease our monthly outgoings by almost £100 per month and pay off all the debt in 5 years - much sooner than we would have done just paying the minimum payments on the cards as we had been previously. Nice one ;-)
After completing the application, we got a decision straight away and the money was in my account in seconds. A few phone calls later and the existing debts had been paid off.
Quick and easy application. Money available quickly. Payment holiday
interest rate slightly higher than I would have liked at 12%