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What are home loans?


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Home loans can generally mean one of three things. Firstly, it could mean that you wish to borrow money to buy a home, or change an existing loan you have on your


This is also called a mortgage loan or a remortgage loan.

Secondly, home loans can refer to using the value in your home to raise finance for something else, like buying a car or consolidating debts. This is sometimes called home finance or a homeowner loan.

Thirdly, home loans can be used to describe equity release - a scheme that enables you to raise cash in exchange for a percentage of the equity in your home. You remain living in the home but it may be partly or wholly owned by a finance company when you die.

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Think carefully before securing debts against your home. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.

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Competitive mortgages loan options and remortgage options from Barclays.

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