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Quick Logbook Loans in Shelf

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Logbook Loans Shelf


Lend cash from your car with Shelf logbook loans

Shelf logbook loan quotes

If you still need to drive your car, but need access to same day money then you could borrow up to £50,000.. You could even have the money in your hand in less than a day if there is currently no finance on your vehicle!

With Shelf Logbook Loans you aren’t required to undergo credit checks or jump through hoops like other loans making them incredibly popular. If your previous loan applications have been unsuccessful then this might be able to provide you with the funds you need.

Any money borrowed can be spent on anything you like... Logbook Loans let you have complete control over how you spend the money so youcan pay of other debts, take a holiday or anything else you prefer.

No commitment necessary: The quote you receive for your loan is completely obligation-free, so why not just find out the amount available to you?

Poor credit history? Logbook Loans are some of the most accessible loan types, which means it’s likely you’ll get a loan to suit you.

Use your car: You can carry on driving your car whilst borrowing money against it’s value with a Logbook Loan!

60secs to apply: That’s right! It takes just a minute to complete our online Shelf Logbook Loan quote application form.

Loans for any usage: You can spend the money you borrow with a Logbook Loan on anything you like... from bills to holidays the freedom is yours!

Loans to suit you: You can arrange a loan that not only suits your lending needs, but suits your budget too. For instance longer repayment durations.

Luckily applying for Shelf Logbook Loans is a simple process, simply complete our online form with a few basic details which will only take 60 seconds, soon afterwards a specialist will get in touch with you direct

Discover just how much you could lend against the value of your vehicle with a quote for Shelf Logbook Loans today!

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Older Car? Get a Logbook Loan

Many people visit our site having had a previous loan application refused against their car due to age. Typically most Shelf logbook lenders will restrict the maximum lending age to 8 years, however we base the loans (anything from £400 to £50,000) on the value of the car so age isn’t as important. To find out if your car is eligible for a loan then simply choose your make and model on the form above and see how much you could lend today!

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Borrowing Against a Classic or Prestigious Vehicle

Shelf owners of more classic or prestigious cars have often asked whether their cars are eligible for a V5 loan... and the answer is yes! If you are the owner of a Maserati, Rolls-Royce, Bentley, Ferrari or any other prestigious or classic car model then the same process still applies. Your borrowing is based up on the value of your car so subject to eligibility and affordability you could qualify for a loan.

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No Credit Check Logbook Loans?

It’s actually a misconception that you can get a loan against your car without having your credit history checked. In actual fact all applicants undergo credit checks. The fact that your car is used as security however often makes this type of loan more attainable than others so they can be popular with people who have less than perfect credit scores. You may find this type of loan an ideal solution if you have been refused a more traditional loan.

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Self Employment - Refused Elsewhere?

Are you self-employed in Shelf? Struggling to get a loan due to an irregular income? With a logbook document loan your vehicle is used as collateral against your loan repayments which provides more security for Bridgend lenders. You may still be eligible for a loan even if you work for yourself. You will still need to prove that you can afford the repayments as part of a responsible lending approach, so get in touch to discuss your lending needs.

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Looking for a Business Loan?

Are you interested in a logbook loan for your Shelf business? It’s certainly possible to enquire with lenders about business loans, though they do have a few requirements. The car used as security will need to be in the name of the enquirer, or if it is registered in the company name, then the enquirer’s name should also be included in the company name. For example, John Davis may be able to obtain a logbook loan if his car is registered under Davis Contracting. Check with your individual lender for more information.

Release £400 - £50,000 From Your Vehicle

Below you can see a table of typical lending examples based on 80% of your car’s current value. The lending range can be anything from £400 up to £50,000 which should cover most borrowing requirements. Get in touch to see how much you could borrow:

Value of Car % Loan Loan Total
£500 80% £400
£1000 80% £800
£1500 80% £1200
£2000 80% £1600
£5000 80% £4000
£10000 80% £8000
£20000 80% £16000

Bridgend Logbook Loan Calculator

Use this useful calculator to show a loan amount of up to 80% of your car’s value. Simply use the sliders to adjust the amounts.

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Your FAQs Answered

Getting a V5 loan is straightforward, but we know there are a number of questions you might like answered. We’ve compiled a list of some of the more frequently asked questions we receive concerning Shelf logbook loans.

How Logbook Loans work - V5 Loans explained

A logbook loan is a type of secured lending where a borrower transfers ownership of their vehicle, to the lender as the security for the loan. How much Shelf residents can borrow depends on just how much their car is worth; some Bridgend lenders can let you borrow up to 80% of what the car will fetch in the current market, however, terms and conditions normally vary from one loan lender to another. While making the repayments, you get to keep possession of your car and continue using it. When the loan is fully repaid, you regain ownership of your car.

What documents do I need to provide?

Enquiring about a loan is easy and only takes a few minutes of your time. You’ll need to provide some personal information along with a copy of your photo ID, your logbook (or V5 documents) most recent MOT, proof of car insurance, proof of Bridgend residency, and proof of income. These things will all help lenders verify your identity and ownership, and it will also help lenders decide what type of loan you can qualify for.

Are V5 Logbook Loans a good idea?

Absolutely, especially if you have had a loan refused elsewhere due to a poor credit history/score. As your car is used as security you may find that Bridgend logbook lenders are more willing to lend money where other lenders might pass, which is why they are so popular throughout Shelf. So long as you meet the loan criteria then you could be lending up to 80% of your car’s value very quickly indeed.

Can I qualify for Bridgend car logbook loans if I am unemployed?

If you live in Bridgend, are unemployed and are looking for a way to secure a personal loan, then you might be eligible to borrow against your car. As long as you own a car that’s registered in your name then you could qualify. However, it’s important to note that all Shelf applicants have different situations, so it’s advisable to get in touch with the logbook lender. Also, as part of responsible lending, the loan applicant has to be able to prove that they can afford to make the loan repayments to avoid extra charges, late repayments and possible repossession of their vehicle.

My credit score is poor, can I still get a loan?

Even if you have a bad credit rating you may still find you qualify for a V5 loan in Shelf. Your vehicle is used as security so the loan is deemed lower risk when compared to other forms of lending. Though you will still be credit checked, it is often the case that loans are approved despite a poor credit history, which is why these loans prove so popular throughout Bridgend.

Does it matter if I can’t prove my income?

You need to be able to prove to your logbook lender that you can afford the monthly payments. Part of being a responsible lender is that they will only lend money to Shelf applicants who can afford to make the monthly repayments. Shelf v5 loans are only offered if the lender can be sure that the repayments are affordable, which helps avoid accounts going into arrears and the possibility of car repossession. Get in touch today to see what your options are if you’re finding it hard to prove your income level.

Who should maintain the car?

When you agree to a loan, you also agree that you will continue to maintain the car while it is in your possession. This maintenance should include regular servicing, maintaining insurance at all times, and necessary MOT checks. Some normal wear and tear, along with additional mileage, is to be expected, but you should maintain your car to the same value it had when you took the loan. This means that if significant damage or mechanical failure should occur and reduce the value of your car, you should notify your lender right away.

Do Logbook Loans show up on HPI checks?

Yes, a loan taken out against the vehicle should on a HPI check as a bill of sale agreement. A HPI check is a vehicle history check service which is provided by HPI company in the UK. A HPI check normally produces a report which provides information about the history of the vehicle, mainly if it’s written off, has outstanding finances, is clocked or stolen, among other things. In case a loan taken against the car doesn’t show up on the HPI Check, and you happen to buy the car, then you’re protected by the HPI guarantee. You will be offered a financial reimbursement of up to £30,000.

What is the repayment duration?

Your loan can be arranged with either a 12, 18 or 36 month duration and since there are no penalties for early repayment you can save money on interest payments by settling the account early.

Hopefully these FAQs have answered any questions you may have regarding V5 loans. If you have any further questions then simply complete the form on this page and you’ll be put in touch with an advisor who can advise further.