AdvanceStart.com Offering Jargon Free Help for Finding Secured Loans

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The UK Financial site helping borrowers understand the technical terms involved when applying for a secured loan.

AdvanceStart.com, the English financial site dedicated to secured loans, now offers jargon free help for people willing to better understand the terms and conditions of secured loans, with a particular focus on loans in the United Kingdom.

The website, recently launched, is offering a free service to help find a secured loan and apply for it online. In fact, a call back service is also provided to assist the borrower through the application process, helping them to understand all the financial terms and the features and benefits of a loan offer, such as the interest rate (APR), the repayment terms and any additional fees.

Secured loan rates can be fixed or variable, all with different characteristics. In order to make the right choice, AdvanceStart.com is offering a free guide with advice on how to choose a secured loan plan.

AdvanceStart.com recommends secured loans for homeowners, because they are easier to get even with a poor credit history: moreover, they have no restriction on the use of the loan and for this reason a secured loan can be used for debt consolidation too.

The advice given at AdvanceStart.com is with no obligation and is free of charge: a comparison search service with up to 200 loan plans is performed for each borrower in order to find the best individual solution. The loan offers are backed by major financial institutions in UK, such as HSBC and Barclays.

For this reason, AdvanceStart.com can offer reliability and competitive loan plans through the website. An online application form is provided if the borrower is interested in applying for one of the recommendations.

For more information on secured loans or on how to better understand the financial jargon surrounding loans visit the site http://www.AdvanceStart.com .

Contact:

http://www.advancestart.com
Jon Francis

+44 7999 878172

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