It's an idyllic view, I know but for couples who want to get married or enter into civil partnerships, many would consider doing the best job that they can on getting the day as near perfect as possible. This means a lot of organising however. Just think about everything you may need to sort out: church/venue, stationery, cars, clothes, hair, nails, make-up, presents, photographer, food, entertainment, etc. The list just goes on and on. There's no getting around it. For the day to be as special as you may want, it is likely to be an expensive one.
For many people looking to go the extra mile on their special day, to be able to pay for everything out of savings is not really a viable option. A loan is a more obvious solution. And enables you to concentrate on all that needs to be organised rather than worrying too much about the financial side of things. If you're renting your home (or homes if you're not officially living at the same address as yet), your options are not quite as wide as they might be if you owned your property. If this were the case, you could consider taking out a secured loan or a remortgage by using some of the equity you had built up in the property. As a tenant, you could opt for unsecured loans for tenants and tenant loans. These types of loans have some great advantages, too!
Compared with secured loans, unsecured loans for tenants and tenant loans are often significantly quicker to organise as there is no property to be used as collateral on the loan, there is no corresponding valuation that needs to be done either. This means that you realistically expect to complete on the loan within a few working days if all of the paperwork is completed and sent back by return of post.
The application process for unsecured loans for tenants and tenant loans is relatively simple. For most people, the internet is the quickest way to source a provider, but be aware that if you apply direct to a lender (like a bank for instance) and you fall outside of their lending criteria, you will have to start all over again elsewhere which could delay things quite a bit. A good place to start is to think about enquiring for unsecured loans for tenants and tenant loans via an online finance broker who may have access to a wider range of lenders and products than you may be able to find on your own. With one enquiry, they will check your circumstances against their panel of lenders and the ones with the best fit and lowest costs are offered to you, saving you the time and trouble of shopping around (particularly when you've got a lot of organising to do for the big day).
They will send out a written credit agreement for you to sign and return together with a few pieces of supporting documentation and that's pretty much it. You could be receiving the cheque within days and off to sort out that long list of yours. So what are you waiting for? Happy hunting!
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