COMMUNITY lender Wessex Resolutions CIC has helped hundreds of people across the South West live in safer, warmer and more comfortable homes after lending an impressive £1.6 million to homeowners to carry out essential repairs and improvements. Based in...
Following the removal of the Government’s Feed-in Tariff in March 2019, some households may be questioning the value in investing in solar panels to generate energy. However, with Solar PV being cheaper now that it has been historically, and local initiatives...
Helping Taking a moment to reflect on the substantial changes and challenges we have all faced over the past six weeks, we are so proud of everything we have achieved so far. £184,000 was released to help our clients fund home repairs during April alone, almost double...
Happy Somerset Day 2020! Although we can’t be out enjoying this as in previous years, we adore and appreciate where we live and work. We love supporting communities in and around Somerset and have now been proudly helping homeowners to afford home improvements...
Typical Example (4% fixed interest rate, Typical 4.2% APR).
Borrow £5,000 over 60 months. £92.08 monthly repayments. Total amount repayable = £5,544.96, including £20 fee for registering the Title Restriction.
Missing payments could affect your credit rating and ability to obtain credit in the future. Loans are subject to status and are typically protected by a Title Restriction. This means that you may not be able to sell your home without our permission unless the loan is fully repaid. This is a financial promotion approved by Wessex Resolutions CIC.
Wessex Resolutions Loans replacing council home repair grants since 2003
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Friday 8.30 - 12:30
“Who knew the council had loans for homeowners? I certainly didn't! But I am glad I found out about the home improvement loan scheme through a friend. I was able to borrow £3,600 to replace my windows and guttering and will have manageable monthly repayments. My old windows were old, some didn't close properly and even more worryingly, some didn't open. Luckily, I knew a local window company, a one man band really, and got a reasonable quote for the work. Applying for the loan was straightforward and my adviser explained everything to me fully. Although I have some savings, using the loan to spread repayments of my home repairs means I have peace of mind knowing I have an ‘emergency fund’”. Mrs W, Devon.
Today @beisgovuk have released new details of the Green Homes Grant Scheme. Of the £2bn total, £500m will be available to low-income households in vouchers, and £500m for LAs to support fuel poor households: http://ow.ly/jcqK50AQ2Az
Wessex Resolutions C.I.C.: a community interest company limited by guarantee, registered in England, company number 4512225. Registered address: Heatherton Park Studios, Bradford on Tone, Taunton TA4 1EU.
‘Wessex Loans’ and ‘Wessex Home Improvement Loans’ are trading names used by this company.
Wessex Resolutions C.I.C is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (675263) for credit and debt-related regulated activities.