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consolidation loan

n
(Banking & Finance) a single loan which is taken out to pay off several separate existing loans
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Student loan consolidation combines all current student loans into one manageable loan.
If you decide to take out student loans and receive letters, phone calls, or emails with offers of loan consolidation, lower monthly payments, or assistance in eliminating student loans, be sure to read the fine print.
Know about various repayment options: standard repayment plan, graduated repayment plan, extended repayment plan, income-based repayment plan and loan consolidation.
The company's lead generation program focuses on student loan consolidation, credit card debt consolidation (debt management plans), mortgage and debt validation/settlement.
They can also market toward home remodeling activities, offer loan consolidation products, elevate their targeted personas, ramp up new employee training, focus on creative direction in imagery and copy, and take part in community involvement with a family focus.
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Although federal loan consolidation won't save on interest rates, it can simplify your life.
Georghadji said the banking regulator plans to link the issue of loan restructurings to the banks' capital buffers, as leverage on lenders to speed up their loan consolidation.
Private student loan consolidation is the process of having one or more existing private loans paid off by the creation of a new single consolidation loan with new terms and conditions (such as repayment length, interest rate, repayment benefits, etc.
If we can help our students learn what borrowing involves and what options they have concerning loan consolidation, everyone will benefit," Gochenaur said.
Don't think federal loan consolidation will lower your interest rates.
The book also provides information on transcripts, the college application interview, avoiding scholarship and aid scams, and loan consolidation pitfalls.