Lacking Home No Long a Challenge to Avail Loans

By: Eric

Innovations and experiments in the UK loan market has expanded its kit of loan products and plans. This in turn has benefited both the borrowers and the lenders. The lenders now have more to offer and the borrowers more to choose from. Loan products are now available suiting the personalized financial needs of the borrowers and their credit profile as well.

According to the data produced by marketresearch.com, secured loans had approximately 80% of the loan market share in the year 2004. But, things have changed thereafter. Google, the famous search engine was invented in 1999 and it took not much to grow like anything. With the development of internet and its familiarity with the masses, lenders started using websites as their advertising tool to attract customers and generate leads online.

Change in the lender's advertising strategy increased competition among the private and online lenders and they came with various lucrative loan deals and products like unsecured loans and bad credit unsecured loans among many. It's 2007 now and the lenders have over 200 products to choose from Some online lenders also offer tailored loans that have features desired by the borrower.

Unsecured loans are the most preferred loan products. Absence of security like home attract the customers and give tenants and other non-homeowners the freedom to avail loans without any collateral. The lender grants unsecured loans on the basis of the credit worthiness of the borrowers that is calculated by the credit score and DTI (debt to income) ratio.

Many lenders are ready to provide unsecured loan even if you have suffered from a poor credit history. The only criteria being the borrower must be a UK resident and aged above 18 years. The lenders parameters for providing bad credit unsecured loans vary... some provide loans to those with CCJ against their name some to those with a history of missed payments. The borrower need to look for hunt loans that suit his particular case.

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