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If you are looking to borrow a considerable sum of money, starting from just £10,000 whilst increasing to £200,000 in value or above, plus you ideally need a same day decision with the minimum of stress, then a NatWest Homeowner Loan could solve all of your problems in one go.

Whether you are an existing customer in search of a better deal, or you choose to bank some place else, a secured loan from the NatWest bank can push all the right buttons whilst making complete and utter sense. If you want to buy a new car, pay for a luxury holiday or cruise, consolidate those obstinately expensive unsecured debts – or you need an additional borrowing product to increase the price of your property through home improvement, our dedicated team of money saving experts can reduce the cost of borrowing with just a few simple steps.

Use the NatWest Loan Repayment Calculator

The quickest means of saving time and money when shopping around for a secured UK homeowner loan such as a NatWest home improvement loan or debt consolidation loan, is by using the online NatWest loan repayment calculator. By swiftly entering a few simple details such as the required amount, appropriate interest rate and desired repayment terms, you can work out the actual cost of borrowing in a matter of seconds and you can also apply for a loan at exactly the same time.

As a leading independent mortgage broker and secured loan provider, the team at UK property finance are always available to make light work of any loan calculation whilst enabling you to compare secured loan products between various lenders. Furthermore, as market leaders, we are also able to offer a full range of products sourced from the entire borrowing sector on your behalf, should you find yourself in a potentially better financial position with an alternative secured loan provider.

Last Updated: Mar 20, 2017 @ 12:48 pm
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