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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Buy to Let Purchase Plan
Unlike a conventional mortgage where you borrow money from a lender which is then repaid with interest, the BTLPP uses the Islamic finance principles of co-ownership (Musharaka) with leasing (Ijara), where you and IBB buy the property as partners and you pay rent on IBB's share in the property.

10 Random Loans

2 Year Everyday Fixed
A fixed rate mortgage gives you a fixed rate of interest so is ideal if you want the security of knowing that your monthly payments will stay the same throughout the fixed rate period. So if you're looking for some stability and want to be able to plan ahead, a fixed rate mortgage will let you do just that.
Fixed Rate Mortgage
THE SOCIETY ONLY LENDS ON PROPERTIES WITHIN NORTHERN IRELAND Find out about the various Fixed Rate packages offered for house purchase or remortgage by clicking on one of the the mortgage products to the left. These products are effective from the 11th July, 2013. The Society's current Standard Variable Rat...
Fixed Rate Loan
Fixed repayments, so you’re in control. If you prefer the certainty of the same repayments every month, a fixed rate loan could be right for you. They will provide you with a tailored rate of interest on your fixed rate loan – linked to the loan term and the amount you want to borrow
Mortgages - Guarantor
High house prices are making it difficult for some people to buy the home they would like. However, one solution is to have a relative or friend to act as a Guarantor. Clearly this is a matter that requires very careful thought by all concerned and independent legal advice should be taken. With this type of mortgage...
2 year fixed rate
This information does not contain all of the details you need to choose a mortgage. Make sure you read the separate key facts illustration before you make a decision. This is provided when you request an agreement in principle.
Buying your first home
Buying your first home is an exciting time – there are lots of decisions, and plans, to make. There are also a lot of questions you'll want answers for. Their guide will help you get to grips with what's important.
Base rate tracker mortgages
From three months after completion until the end of any tracker period, you can switch to a fixed rate and pay no early repayment charge, just pay the product fee for the new deal
Lifetime Tracker Mortgage
Free standard administration fee for remortgages. As long as the property is already registered at HM Land Registry in the same name(s) as the mortgage applicant(s), the Society will arrange for the new Legal Charge to be registered in the name of the Society. You will be advised of any additional administrative or...