What type of loan should I choose? The type of loan you choose generally depends on two
the reason for the loan
your financial circumstances.
Most people who borrow money have a good
reason for doing so, and most banks are sympathetic to their customers'
needs. Common reasons for borrowing include:
Activity: When you're thinking
of taking out a loan, ask yourself the answers to the following
questions. Move over each question for more information.
When you need to take out a loan remember
that you will have to pay it back. Choose the loan carefully
and keep in mind that there is a risk you might not be able to
pay all the money back within the time.
If you need advise about taking out a
loan, you can talk to an IFA (independent Financial Adviser)
or investment adviser. All
advisers are paid for giving you advise about a financial product.
This means that they might be interested in recommending one
product more than another one, just remember this when you
consult an IFA.
Thanks to the Financial Services Act,
all advisers have
to declare any commission or fees they'll get. So you'll
be able to consider this as and when it comes up (i.e. before
anything look for this statement and ask them about it).