Exploring Second Charge Loans with Manuka Money!
Discover the world of second charge loans, a strategic financial solution that empowers homeowners to tap into the equity of their property without affecting their existing mortgage.
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Unveiling the Potential of Second Charge Loans!
Second charge loans, also known as second mortgages, present a valuable avenue for homeowners seeking additional funds without altering their existing mortgage arrangements. These loans allow you to access the equity built within your property while maintaining your primary mortgage intact.
Whether you’re considering home improvements, debt consolidation, or other financial endeavors, second charge loans offer a tailored solution to meet your evolving needs. With Manuka Money, explore the possibilities of securing funds while leveraging the value of your property.
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A second charge loan, also referred to as a second mortgage, is a specialized financial arrangement that enables homeowners to access additional funds by using the equity in their property as collateral. This distinct loan type allows you to secure a separate loan while keeping your primary mortgage intact. Second charge loans offer a versatile solution for various financial needs, such as home improvements, debt consolidation, or significant investments, without affecting your existing mortgage agreement. With Manuka Money, explore the unique advantages of second charge loans tailored to your financial goals.
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We were introduced to Carl through a mutual friend, who had worked with him prior to him setting up his own company Manuka mortgages. Our initial enquiry and dealings began early in 2022 as we were at the fact finding stage and needed some advice.
Some months later we got back in touch with Carl as we were ready to push the button on a house.
Carl is a delight to work with, he is friendly and approachable (unlike other brokers I have worked with in the past!) he is throughly professional and extremely efficient. We have no hesitation in recommending his services.
— Stephen B. (Homeowner)
I cannot recommend Carl enough! Absolutely fantastic from the start to the finish of us purchasing our house! We are self employed which made it slightly more difficult but nothing was too much trouble, no matter the time of day Carl was there to put our mind at rest and give us great advice. He was honest from the start about all our options and really did his best to help. We will definitely be using Carl again when we remortgage. Such a lovely yet professional man who will absolutely do his best for you!
— Courtney (Homeowner)
I wanted to get a new mortgage with a more competitive rate of interest and was advised to try Manuka Money by a friend. I am so glad I did! The process was painless and quick, with everything laid out in easy to understand terms.
My options and needs were discussed in detail and I can't fault Manuka Mortgages for a single thing. Not only were all options spelled out for me, I was given first hand accounts of experience with each company and advised on the basis of that who would be best to go for. The entire time I was speaking to the same person, I did not feel like I was being passed from pillar to post but was given a bespoke experience.
I will recommend this company to absolutely anyone who asks me for mortgage advice.
— Mr King. (Homebuyer)
Frequently Asked Questions
What exactly is a second charge loan?
A second charge loan, also known as a second mortgage, is a secured loan that allows homeowners to borrow against the equity in their property while retaining their primary mortgage. This loan sits "second in line" after the primary mortgage in terms of repayment priority.
What can I use a second charge loan for?
Second charge loans offer a versatile financing option for various purposes. You can use the funds for home improvements, debt consolidation, educational expenses, investments, or any other substantial financial need.
How do second charge loan interest rates compare to primary mortgages?
Second charge loan interest rates may differ from primary mortgage rates due to the higher risk associated with being a secondary creditor. These rates are influenced by factors such as your credit history, loan amount, and the loan-to-value ratio. It's advisable to consult with a lending expert to understand the specific rates applicable to your situation.
Representative Example for secured loans: based on borrowing £18,000 over 120 months. Interest Rate: 5.5% fixed for 60 months with instalments of £213.33. Followed by 60 months at the lenders standard variable rate of 5.7% with instalments of £214.36. Fees: Broker fee (£1,062); Lender fee (£595). Total amount payable £25,756.4 comprised of; loan amount (£18,000); interest (£6,004.4) including broker fee and lender fee. Overall cost of comparison 7.902% APRC. This means 51% or more of our clients receives this rate or better for this type of product. We have arranged borrowing with rates from 4.9% to 29% APRC which has allowed us to help customers with a range of credit profiles. We are a broker not a lender.
Secured Loans have a minimum term of 36 months to a maximum loan term of 360 months. Maximum APRC charged 29%.
Think carefully before securing other debts against your home. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage or other debt secured on it.
If you are thinking of consolidating existing borrowing, you should be aware that you may be extending the terms of the debt and increasing the total amount you repay.