We provide one personal loan which may be used for multiple purposes.
You’re eligible if you’re 21 or over and live in the UK permanently, you have a regular yearly income of £7,500+, you can make your repayments by Direct Debit, and you haven’t been declared bankrupt, had a CCJ or an IVA within the last 6 years. All credit is subject to status and credit checks. You must have a regular yearly income of £20,000+ to apply for loans of £20,000 and above.
- Representative 2.8% APR
- Loan amount £10,000
- Interest rate 2.8% (fixed) p.a.
- Term 60 months
- Monthly repayment £178.64
- Total amount repayable £10,718.40
The calculator is for illustrative purposes only. Your personal circumstances and the loan amount may affect the rate we offer. The maximum APR we could offer is 24.9%. We reserve the right to refuse any application. Information and rates correct as at 29.03.2022.
A home improvement loan could bring your home improvement plans to life. From an extra bathroom, to a new kitchen, to a loft conversion, you could borrow the money you need to make the change you want.
Unacceptable loan purposes
We are unable to lend for certain purposes. Take a look at our Key Facts Document (1.80 MB) for more information.
This table shows the rates that you may get if you apply for certain loan amounts. The rate we offer you depends on your personal circumstances. The maximum APR we could offer you on any loan amount is 24.9%.
|New and existing Santander|
You'll usually receive an accept, decline or refer decision by email within 5 minutes.
You'll receive an email with a decision by 7.30am.
This means that we need our underwriting team to look at your application and we may need more information from you. You'll receive an accept or decline email within 2 working days of the additional information being provided.
You'll receive a further email with details of how to sign your loan agreement online.
Once your application is accepted we'll send you a code by first class post. You'll need to enter it online to release your loan funds
Once released, your loan funds will be in your chosen bank account within 2 working days.
- Personal Loans Key Facts Document (pdf) (1.80 MB)
- Terms & Conditions and Important Information (pdf) (2.45 MB)
To view these documents, you may need to download Adobe Reader
Your loan repayment will be taken by Direct Debit each month. Your first repayment will be taken on the 1st of the month following your loan being opened. If this date falls within 30 days of your loan being opened, your first repayment will be taken on the 1st of the following month. Once your loan is opened, you can change your repayment date to suit you, any day between the 1st and 28th of the month. Simply call us on 0800 876 6386 to arrange. Your repayment amount is fixed and won’t change for the life of your loan.
Every year on the date you opened your loan, you’ll be sent a statement confirming details of the repayments you’ve made.
You can make unlimited overpayments at any time before your final repayment is due or you can repay your loan in full. You can find out how to do this in your agreement.
If you want to borrow more you can top up your loan. In this case your new loan will pay off your existing loan and you will continue to make one monthly repayment. You can only arrange this in branch or over the phone by calling us on 0800 028 4055.
You don’t have to pay off your loan to borrow more. You can keep your original loan and take out a second one, in this case you will have two separate loan repayments to make.
You can repay your loan in full or make overpayments any time before the final payment is due. Take a look at our repaying your loan early page to learn more.
You can request a settlement figure by calling us on 0800 028 4055. We will send you a breakdown of the settlement figure including any charges associated with early settlement.
Please speak to us in branch or call us on 0800 028 4055 as we can assess your borrowing needs and may be able to find a solution for you.
We'll do our best to help you if you think you might be having financial problems.
View other options, such as overdrafts, credit cards, or loans for our mortgage customers.
Got a loan question?
Send us a tweet
Please don't tweet your personal or banking details