Consolidation Loans Explained

Having debts is no fun. If you owe relatively large amounts of money to a number of creditors, then you know how stressful it can be keeping up with the varying monthly payments and interest rates. A consolidation loan is offered by most loan companies, and will be recommended to you by most debt management companies too.

In basic terms, a consolidation loan is a loan that is given once the loan company have analysed your finances. The amount will be based on how money you currently owe a number of creditors. From here, the loan company will lend you an appropriate amount of money to pay back all of your existing debts.

This means that you are left owing one company, with one monthly repayment and one low rate of interest. If you owe in excess of £1000 to two or more creditors, then you will most likely qualify for a consolidation loan. Even if you don’t owe a huge sum of money, the monthly repayments can really drain your paycheque each month if you are paying of a number of debts.

The interest rates are often lower than what you were paying and a consolidation loan will free up a lot more of your income so you can start to enjoy life again. Remember that because you will be paying small amounts each month, it will take more time to get debt free. The total amount of money you owe is the same, so pay off as much as you can to get debt free as soon as possible.

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  1. […] The interest rates are often lower than what you were paying and a consolidation loan will free up a lot more of your income so you can start to enjoy life again. Remember that because you will be paying small amounts each month, it will take more time to get debt free. The total amount of money you owe is the same, so pay off as much as you can to get debt free as soon as possible.Source: wordpress.com […]


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