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Written by Tobias Mølgaard Sørensen

What is a loan?

A loan is money that you get right now that you have to pay back later. Typically you also have various other expenses associated with a loan. This means that the price for the loan is all the expenses associated with the loan during the entire duration of the loan.

If you want to acquire a loan, you can use to get multiple quotes. This will ensure that you get the cheapest price on your loan.

With, you can compare multiple different loans. These are some of them:

A car loan is a loan for the purpose of paying for a car. This type of loan is typically backed by the car's value, so you're able to borrow more than you normally would be able to.

A consumer loan is a loan for the purpose of buying items and services with no major value after it has been bought for consumption. This could be a vacation, dress, or other commonly bought items.

A payday loan is a loan for the purpose of making your personal finances work. This could be a loan for the purpose of paying an urgent bill before you're able to pay for it with your paycheck. To clarify, it's like an advance on your pay check.

As you can see, there are a lot of different loans you can take out. These examples do not represent the entire loan market, but they're the most common loan types.

How do you compare loans with

To compare loans with you have to fill out a loan application. This application can be accessed on the top of this page.

Once you have filled in all the details such as purpose, amount, and other details you will receive your loan offers.

You can then sort through these loan offers, and pick the best possible loan for your needs.

In this process, you can of course compare the different loans on multiple aspects. These include payout time, expenses, and even payment conditions.

As you can see, you have a lot of options when choosing your new loan.

What does a loan cost?

There can be a lot of costs associated with a loan. These costs are important to understand, so you can take the best course of action when taking out a loan.

Here are the most common costs associated with loans:
Start-up expenses are the costs associated with taking out the loan. These are typically added to your loan principal or deducted from the loan payout.

Administrative expenses are costs associated with the administration of your loan. These typically go towards the banks administration of your loan. These expenses can be monthly, but also a one-time expense.

Interest is the central cost of most loans. Interest is based on the size of the remaining principal. because of this, it's a flexible expense that will become smaller over time.

APR is an obligatory figure that is attached to all loans. APR shows all the expenses of the loans as a percentage per year. It therefore makes the cost very transparent and easy to find. We recommend looking at the APR when comparing loans.

Why should I use to compare loans?

It's actually pretty simple.

You should use because there is no risk, and the worst that could happen is that you save some money on your loan.

We make the application process nice and easy, so you can focus on the important things in your life.

What are you waiting for? Send in your application today and save some money on your loan.
Tobias Sørensen

About Tobias Mølgaard Sørensen

Tobias Mølgaard Sørensen is a qualified journalist and is currently the head of PR and Content at Tobias utilzes his expertise of reaching target groups to make the articles his very own.

Tobias has written content for top danish newspapers like B.T., Ekstra Bladet and