Go For Bad Credit Loans

By: Jake Nathan

Credit rating of a person reveals his/her financial credibility in the market. It is extremely crucial for a person to pay utmost care to his credit ratings and not let it plummet. Most banks carry out lending on the basis of a borrower's credit history. Better the credit rating, better the loan deal pulled off by the borrower.
No one would like to play with their credit rating intentionally. Unforeseen financial circumstances or some misfortune may degrade a person's credit rating.

Credit history of a person may get tarnished due to any of the following reasons:

  • Mortgage arrears

  • County court judgments

  • Bankruptcy

  • Missed payments


The problem of bad credit is becoming quite common in the UK. About one out of five UK residents suffer from adverse credit history. This trend is being increasingly acknowledged by the UK lenders. More and more lenders are offering bad credit loans to cater to the needs of poor creditors. A high risk is always associated with such type of borrowers. Lenders compensate this risk by charging high rate of interest against the bad credit loans.

Bad credit loans are of two types: secured and unsecured. Secured bad credit loans can be availed by putting forth collateral against the loan amount. This provides an economical option as the interest rate charged is comparatively lower than that charged for unsecured loans. In addition, your credit history does not hinder much in pulling out a secured bad credit loan with favorable terms and conditions.
Unsecured bad credit loans are difficult to obtain. The borrower can get unsecured loans without submitting any security. As a result, a high risk is perceived by the lenders that make them apprehensive in giving money to such borrowers. However, if you have a stable income or some other form of cash flow, you can be successful in getting a favorable loan deal.

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