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    • spaceal
    • By spaceal 15th Oct 16, 1:48 PM
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    Loan for allotment garden
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    Loan for allotment garden 15th Oct 16 at 1:48 PM
    Does anyone know of a lender that will loan for the purchase of an allotment? Most personal loans from high street lenders seem to have a land purchase exclusion. I only want to borrow 7500 so I'm not after a large commercial loan. My mortgage lender have said that they would loan me this additional amount but I'd rather not add it to my mortgage (not least because it will take 4-6 weeks and various layers of bureaucracy).

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    • By DCFC79 15th Oct 16, 4:21 PM
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    Try your own ban who might offer a competitive rate but depends of your on good terms with them. Try another lender too.

    Depends what your credit history is like plis other factors as to whether you fall into the category to get the headline rate.
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