The UK's largest range of secured loans
- Loans from £1,000 to £2,500,000
- See your quote before you apply
- Quote won’t affect your credit score
Central Trust is part of the Norfolk Capital Group, which has been providing secured loans in the UK since 1988. You could borrow £3,000 to £250,000, secured against your home, to be repaid over 3 to 25 years. Central Trust is regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
You should only apply for a Central Trust homeowner loan if you’re certain you can meet the repayment terms. You must be a UK homeowner. Central Trust does not provide loans to tenants. If you jointly own the home you must apply with the other person.
Fill out the brief online application form, providing details of how much you would like to borrow and how long you will need to pay it back. You will need to give your contact information and details about your property value and mortgage. An advisor will then call you to discuss your application. Central Trust will run a credit and identity check and once approved, the funds should be in your bank account within 2-3 weeks.
Central Trust has received positive reviews from customers, according to review platform Trustpilot. It currently has a rating of 4.7 out of 5, based on more than 140 reviews (updated May 2022). Customers cited its professional service, and quick and easy loan process.
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