Looking to borrow money you can pay back in instalments?

Sometimes there can be situations when you need money quickly, but you also need the ability to repay over a period of time to suit you. Instalment loans can allow you to do this by giving you a choice of time frames in which to spread your loan over.

Both short term lenders and high street banks offer instalment loans, but the difference might be the terms they offer. Short term loans are typically repaid within one year, whereas high street banks and some other providers can typically offer loans over 3, 5 or even 10 years.

The repayment frequency can also vary, with some offering customers the ability to repay their loans monthly, whilst other lenders will offer alternative options such as weekly, fortnightly or 4-weekly repayments.

An instalment loan can be one alternative to a payday loan. With a payday loan, customers are usually expected to repay their full loan plus interest in one lump sum. That can be hard to cope with, especially when money is tight. With an instalment loan from Satsuma Loans, customers are able to spread the cost of their loan with manageable instalments. 

Why choose Satsuma Loans?

Monthly or weekly instalments

Repayments from 3 to 12 months to help spread the cost of your loan.

Borrow up to £1,000

New customers could borrow £100 to £1000, subject of affordability

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Other loan types

There are a number of different loans available that may be suitable for your needs, and many of them are also repaid in instalments, including;

Online loans

No paperwork required just an online application form, so no fuss.

Unsecured loans

Smaller amounts, for those who don’t own a home.

Short term loans

Short term loans for a short term need, it’s what Satsuma offer

Guarantor loans

For those with little experience of credit or a poor credit history and has the extra support of a guarantor to help them

Secured loans

Available for people who are home-owner and are typically larger loans

Direct loans

By going direct to a lender rather than through a broker or comparison site you can cut out the middle man