Active Financial Services is a specialist Secured Loan Brokerage who are here to help you with your secured borrowing needs.
Making life easy
This means that we make your life easy by shopping around for the best possible Secured Loan for you.
We are dedicated to providing a professional, friendly service; priding ourselves on good old fashioned customer service.
Here to help
Whether you are looking for a secured loan to:
- Help improve your home
- Consolidate debts
- Raise some cash for that dream holiday or new car
and even if you have been refused credit:
- Self Employed?
- Mortgage or rent arrears?
- Bad Credit?
- Refused Elsewhere?
Active Financial Services can help.
We will do our utmost to meet your needs. Our only requirement from you is that you are a homeowner.
You could borrow anything from £5,000 to £250,000 - for any purpose and if you do consolidate your existing debts, you could reduce your monthly repayments by £100s EVERY MONTH !!
To see how much a Secured Loan may cost Click here to visit our Loan Calculator or Contact Us directly for a quote.
Don't delay, Apply today !!
Phone: 0845 555 0 888
Debt consolidation may result in an increase in the total cost of borrowing and/or extension of the repayment period.
Our typical variable rate is 12.9% APR. 66% of our customers receive this rate or better. Think carefully before securing other debts against your home. Your home may be reposessed if you do not keep up repayments on a mortgage or any other debt secured on it.
Active Financial Services Ltd is an introducer to Happy Loans Ltd for the purposes of Secured Loans. Happy Loans is authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority for the selling of insurance products. A fee of upto 10% may be charged.
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