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Difference between secured and unsecured loans?

Discussion in 'Personal loans' started by J. Doe, Dec 4, 2015.

  1. J. Doe

    J. Doe New Member

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    Nov 12, 2015
    I understand there are 2 types of loans, secured and unsecured.
    How are they different and which one is a better choice?

    I'd love to get some information from people who have had some experience with borrowing money, rather than have my mind twisted with complicated terms by the bank itself :)
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  2. wise-gurl

    wise-gurl Member

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    I'm no expert, but the first thing I can think about is interest rates! A secured loan has a lower interest rate than an unsecured one, because the latter brings in more risks for the bank that lends you the money. On the other hand, with an unsecured loan, you don't have to use something of value as collateral, if you can't pay it back.

    Choosing one over the over depends on the specific situation you're in, I think.
  3. peter

    peter Member

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    In Secure Loans lender is confident about money that he will get back the loans because the borrower has to put some security for loans.
    In unsecured loans, the borrower does not put any security. And the rate of interest is high as compare to secure loans
    Its depend on you which loans are suitable for you.
  4. vinson

    vinson Guest

    Secured loans:-
    Secured loans are loans backed with one thing useful that you just own. this is often known as collateral.
    If you’re approved for a secured loan, the investor can hold the title or deed to the collateral or places a lien on the collateral until you pay the loan off fully. If you do not repay the loan, the investor may take possession of the collateral and apply the takings of the sale of the collateral to the outstanding debt.

    Unsecured Loans:-
    unsecured Loans has no collateral backing it needs no security, as its name implies.
    If the receiver defaults on this kind of loan, the investor must initiate a suit to gather what's owed.

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