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If you have multiple debts, consolidating them into one, easy to manage personal loan could be the way to go.

Manage your debts more easily and pay them off quicker by consolidating them with our award-winning personal loans.

Why should you consolidate?

Having multiple loan repayments to look after cannot only be a headache to manage, but can also mean you may be paying unnecessary interest and fees. By consolidating your debts, you’ll have just one single repayment to think about, removing unnecessary stress and hassle.

We make consolidating your debts easy. Just follow these simple steps.

Before you begin, it’s worth having a look at your whole financial situation, especially what debts you have owing – like your credit cards or car loan. Find out how much you owe on each debt, how much interest you currently pay and any additional fees that may apply. 

This will give you a good idea on whether a personal loan will help out your financial situation.

Once you’ve worked out how much money you owe and what you could afford, we can then assist you with finding the right personal loan to get those debts paid off quicker. 

We can offer some of the most competitive fixed rate personal loans in the country, so you’ll not only enjoy a great interest rate, you can also enjoy the peace of mind knowing exactly what you owe each month – with no surprises!

Applying for an award-winning personal loan is easy. Enquire online now or if you would like to chat to one of our lenders, call 13 19 87 or drop into your local branch.

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Applications for finance are subject to Newcastle Permanent's normal credit approval process. Full Terms and Conditions will be included with our loan offer. Fees and charges are payable. Loans for commercial purposes are excluded.