10 Most Popular Loans

Professional and Career Loan
If you take out a Professional and Career Development Loan while you're on a vocational course, the government will pay your interest while you study.
Graduate loan
Our graduate loans can help you get your finances back in order after graduating. As long as you have a Lloyds TSB Graduate Account and are a UK resident, you can apply for a graduate loan.
Commercial mortgage
Taking out a commercial mortgage is one way of maximising your business finance. Property can be a significant cost for many businesses so it is important to manage that investment wisely.
2-Year Fixed-Rate Mortgages
If you’re borrowing 75% or less of your home’s value, you can arrange your mortgage on an interest-only or repayment basis. If you want to borrow more than 75%, only repayment mortgages are available.
Business loans
Are you thinking about growing your business, or making a large equipment purchase? We have a range of loans to suit your business needs.
Graduate Loan
Completing your course and graduating is a great feeling. But unfortunately, the realities of student finance don't disappear overnight - which is why our Graduate Loan is designed to support you as you start your new life.
Car Loan
Whether you’re looking to buy your first car, upgrade to a newer or bigger model, or get that classic car of your dreams, a personal loan could help you finance your car. Our Personal loans are available to existing customers and offer tailored borrowing amounts and flexible repayment options to get a loan for a ...
Graduate Loan
HSBC current account holders can receive a representative* 6.2% APR for Graduate Loans between £5,000 and £25,000. Their Graduate Loans are available exclusively to HSBC current account customers who are within 5 years of graduation.

10 Random Loans

CDFI Wholesale Lending
Enable Community Development Financial Institutions to gear up against their existing loan portfolio by providing matched funding via loan finance.
Business Loans
Our Unsecured Business Loan is perfect if you're looking for help to grow your business, expand your premises or start a new project. Whatever your business plans, our fixed rate Business Loan can help you reach your goals.
Halifax Mortgages - Remortgage - fixed rate mortgages - over 75% LTV
At Halifax they are committed to providing their customers with a little extra help. That's why selected mortgages come with their Remortgages Service* where they will pay their own legal fees and won't charge you for the property assessment. The table below shows which deals offer this service as well as those t...
Mortgages - Additional borrowing
-Additional borrowing can be arranged for borrowers who have an existing mortgage with the Society. Funds are available for a wide range of purposes, including: -Home improvements -Expanding a business -University fees -Purchase of an additional property
2-Year Fixed-Rate Mortgages
If you’re borrowing 75% or less of your home’s value, you can arrange your mortgage on an interest-only or repayment basis. If you want to borrow more than 75%, only repayment mortgages are available.
Mortgages - Unique Homes
If you are buying, or already own, an unusual property, we will be pleased to talk to you about a mortgage. We may be able to lend up to 65% of the value of the property. In the past we have lent on medieval houses, barns, timber properties, converted mills and lighthouses, cottages in need of refurbishment and prop...
Mortgages - Bridging Loans
A bridging loan usually involves holding mortgages on two or more properties at the same time, for example, where the sale of an existing property will not happen until after a purchase has taken place. Occasionally we may only need to lend on one property if you have significant savings to put towards the purchase.
5 Year SVR Tracker
Your interest rate tracks the Society's standard variable mortgage rate (SVR), currently 4.49%, less the agreed discount or plus the agreed percentage for the first 5 years, followed by the Society's standard variable mortgage rate (SVR) until the end of the mortgage.
Fixed rate mortgages - less than 25% deposit
If you pay £1,000 or more into your current account with them each calendar month, or hold a Halifax Ultimate Reward Current Account, they will reward you with £150 cash back when you take out a new Halifax home mover mortgage, paid through your conveyancer at completion