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Top 5 cracking loans (£10,000 over 5 years)

Top 5 cracking loans (£10,000 over 5 years)

Category: Loans

Updated: 01/08/2013
First Published: 01/08/2013

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Borrowers hoping to find a competitive personal loan over a medium-term have the pick of some of the lowest rates in the market for a long time.

This time two years ago the top rate offered for a £10,000 loan over five years was 6.5%. Today the top rate has reduced to just 5%.

A wide range of competitive loans are offered in the current market if you are hoping to buy a car with the new 63 number plate with effect from the 1 September. Whether you are looking for a Fiesta or a Ferrari, our loans best buy tables can help you choose the best product for your needs.

As with any form of credit, it is always wise to work out your finances and be sure you can meet the monthly payments prior to committing to a personal loan.

Top 5 £10,00 over 5 years personal loans:

The APR quoted is representative of the interest rate offered to most applicants. Depending on your personal circumstances the APR you are offered may be higher. Please check all rates and terms before borrowing.


Derbyshire
Building Society
Online Personal Loan

5% APR
  • Term between 12 and 60 months
  • Monthly repayment £188.20 per month for 60 months
  • Total amount payable £11,292
  • Can apply and operate online only
  • Minimum age 18

Penny saysPenny says…
"Leading the market is this product from Derbyshire Building Society, which should prove popular with borrowers who prefer to conduct their finances online.

"Applicants will also receive an immediate online decision."


Clydesdale Bank
Online Personal Loan

5% APR
  • Term between 12 and 84 months
  • Monthly repayment £188.42 per month for 60 months
  • Total amount payable £11,305.20
  • Can apply and operate online only
  • Minimum age 18

Penny saysPenny says…
"Charging the same rate as the Derbyshire Building Society loan, this deal offers a market-leading rate to borrowers looking for a larger loan.

"This product is available to new and existing customers, although applicants must bear in mind that age restrictions and minimum income requirements will apply."


Tesco Bank

Personal Loan

5.1% APR
  • Term between 12 and 120 months
  • Monthly repayment £188.64 per month for 60 months
  • Total amount payable £11,318.40
  • Can apply and operate online or by telephone
  • Minimum age 18

Penny says

Penny says…
"Sitting in third place is this highly competitive loan from Tesco Bank, which should attract a lot of interest from borrowers who are keen to do business with a familiar high street brand."

"Applications for this loan can either be made online or by telephone."


Sainsbury's Bank
Standard Nectar Cardholder Loan

5.1% APR
  • Term between 12 and 84 months
  • Monthly repayment £188.64 per month for 60 months
  • Total amount payable £11,318.40
  • Can apply and operate online or by telephone
  • Minimum age 18

Penny saysPenny says…
"Mirroring the rate and features of the Tesco Bank loan, this product is available to shoppers who hold a Nectar card that has been used with Sainsbury's during the past 6 months."


M&S Bank
Personal Loan

5.4% APR
  • Term between 12 and 84 months
  • Monthly repayment £189.95 per month for 60 months
  • Total amount payable £11,397
  • Can apply and operate online or by telephone
  • Minimum age 18

Penny saysPenny says…
"Squeezing into the top five medium-term personal loan market is this attractive deal from M&S Bank.

"Borrowers must be aged 30 or over, or be a home owner to apply for this loan."



Information & Rates correct as at: 01/08/2013

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