Loans for Young People
The number of young adults that return to live with their parents after starting work has risen sharply over the years. With extremely high property prices and mortgages for first time buyers growing more difficult to obtain, becoming a homeowner in Britain is not easy. This is a disadvantage for lots of people that want to get credit because some lenders are not prepared to offer loans to tenants and people living with parents - you often have to be a homeowner to be considered for a loan.
However, specialist lenders like Everyday Loans offer any purpose loans to people with bad credit, and loans for young people living with parents or in rented accommodation. You do not need to be a homeowner to be considered by Everyday Loans - all you need is to be over 18 years old, have a steady income and a credit history that shows that you keep up with your payments most of the time. Unsecured loans are available for almost any purpose, whether it's for a car, wedding or to consolidate credit and store cards.