You Can Get a Loan in Sweden Without UC

If you live in Sweden and are in need of a personal loan, you might think that you can’t do it without going through UC, the country’s leading credit reference agency. It is true that the law in Sweden requires lenders to ask for a credit check before giving out loans, but getting a loan without UC simply means the lender gets their credit check reference from other databases.

Advantages of Not Going through UC

In the past, it wasn’t possible to get a personal loan without going through UC. You had to go through one of the country’s four major banks who received all their credit information from UC. Today, however, there are actually advantages of getting a loan without UC.

Some of these advantages include:

  • Your credit rating at UC won’t be seen by the lender
  • Your request for a personal loan won’t be documented by UC
  • If you have a lot of credits through UC, you can increase your chances of getting a loan

There are several credit agencies in Sweden, which can make it possible for you to find an affordable loan term and one that suits your needs.

How to Apply for a Loan without UC

If you are at least 18 years old, you can apply for a personal loan with a credit agency in Sweden. However, some lenders have different requirements when it comes to how old you are. Besides your age, other factors that will determine whether or not your qualify include your income and employment status.

Some lenders won’t lend to students, while others will only lend to those who are citizens with a fixed income. It’s always in your best interest to learn each credit agency’s requirements before applying for a personal loan. You can do this by going to their website and checking their terms and conditions. You should also double check that they can give you a loan without UC.

To increase your chances of getting a loan without UC, you should apply for the loan with a loan broker and also find a co-applicant for the loan.

While it is possible to get a personal loan without UC, you need to be aware that as with any type of loan, there may be risks involved. The best advice when taking out a loan of any kind is to do so responsibly and don’t borrow more than you can afford. You should also always put a plan in place of how you’re going to pay off the loan.

Melissa Thompson
Melissa Thompson writes about a wide range of topics, revealing interesting things we didn't know before. She is a freelance USA Today producer, and a Technorati contributor.