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Posted September 16, 2008 by

Student Consolidation Loans- New Low Rates

Some online lenders are now offering lower interest rates on student consolidation loans. Some of these lenders are offering to take an additional 1.25% off the federal governments already low 7.5%. This could add up to a great savings for anyone who may be considering refinancing their student loans right now.
Loan consolidation is the process of combining multiple student loans into one new loan. Most federal student loans can be consolidated. Fortunately, consolidation can occur while you are still in school, during your grace period, or when repaying your loans. However, you can only consolidate your student loans once. It’s crucial to have a thorough understanding of student funding options in order to make smart financial decisions that will inevitably have a long-term impact and benefits. Consumers must choose experienced, trust-worthy loan consolidation specialists that can answer all questions and equip families with up-to-date information on current interest rates, as well as rates over time. Be sure to read all fine print; there are no fees associated with consolidation, go somewhere else if a lender requires fees. Continue reading …
Article by, Athlon and courtesy of Student Loan Consolidation Rebate

Posted September 10, 2008 by

Student Loan Consolidation – Escape to a Debt Free Future

After a certain stage, student loan consolidation becomes a necessity for students who complete their studies with the help of loans. It is a reality that once you start taking loans, you become dependent upon loans, and for every little need, you start looking towards a new loan for respite. This happens in most of the cases. You start earning the moment you start working and it could be as early as your high school but you at the study stage you can only get part time jobs that are not very highly paid. You can only get a stable job after completing your studies; until then, every student, even after repaying small amounts through meager earnings, usually accumulates a huge amount of debt impossible to erase with starting salaries along with household expenses. Continue reading …
Article by, Athlon and courtesy of Student Loan Consolidation Rebate

Posted September 09, 2008 by

Understanding Student Loan Consolidation Interest Rates and Rules

Provided By: Associated Content, Inc.
The number of student loans requested from the United States Department of Education has increased in recent years due to the rising costs associated with receiving a quality university education.The expenses of tuition, housing, books and other fees have overwhelmed many average families. To cope with the cost of higher education, many students have accepted student loans from the government. These loans are usually enough to get them through school, but soon after graduation they have to start paying them back. Continue reading …
Original article by, Buyln and courtesy of Associated Content, Inc.

Posted September 03, 2008 by

Information about Student Loan Consolidation Rebate

Student loan consolidation rebates are usually given by a private company when student loans are consolidated equaling more than $20,000. The more student loans consolidation, the higher the student loan consolidation rebate. This is usually a percentage of the principal loan balance that is either applied to the outstanding loan or sent to the borrower as a cash payment. This can be a very attractive offer, especially when in the form of a cash payment to the borrower. Continue reading …
Article by, Athlon and courtesy of Student Loan Consolidation Rebate

Posted June 19, 2007 by

1-888-MyStuLoans Consolidation Helpline Launched

OneSimpleLoan®, an Oldsmar, FL-based national student loan finance and consulting firm, today launched a toll-free student loan Consolidation Helpline, 1-888-MyStuLoans (1-888-697-8856), for student loan borrowers seeking help with consolidating their student loans, just in time for the industry’s annual July 1st rate change.
This is a superb opportunity for student loan borrowers and their parents to obtain straightforward clarity on available student loan consolidation options, especially prior to the July 1st rate increase.

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Posted June 08, 2007 by

Consolidation Interest Rate Increase July 1st — Big Deal or Not?

Interest rates for student loan consolidation will go up a whole eight (8) basis points effective mindmight, June 30, 2007.
Notice we said basis points, which means .08. While that may not sound like much, it still means that if you don’t consolidate now while you can, your interest rate will go up on July 1st.
Frankly, why give any money away if you don’t have to, no matter how little it may be?
In addition, don’t overlook the value of consolidating during your grace period, which is the 6 months right after you separate or graduate from college. Consolidation during grace period means you can earn another .60% interest rate reduction over the life of the loan. Now that can add up to several thousand dollars!
To answer the question, yes, July 1st a big deal. Because no matter how you look at it, the federal consolidation program is a boon to student loan borrowers So don’t leave money on the table; consolidate your student loans now, if you can!

Posted April 13, 2007 by

How to Find the Right Student Loan Consolidation Plan

As seen in the news lately, student loans have a huge impact on young people’s lives. Finding the right loan or consolidation plan while being targeted by multiple lenders, not all of them honest, can lead even straight-A students to throw up their hands in confusion. A recent survey revealed that less than 15% of graduate professional students could identify the best loan for their financial needs. This is statistically worse than a random guess, and is at the heart of the need for transparency, analytical tools and a way for students to make real comparisons.

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Posted April 02, 2007 by

Federal Student Loan Consolidation

There are many benefits to a student loan consolidation.
• Reduces your monthly payment up to 60%
• Locks in your interest rates- protecting you from future increases.
• Simplifies your finances by having to make only one payment each month.
• Improves your credit rating.
• Provides flexible payment options.
• No prepayment penalties
In addition competing consolidation lenders offer repayment incentives which will save you money.

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Posted March 20, 2007 by

10 Pointers on College Loan Consolidation

Should I consolidate my college loans or not?
1. Still in school, yes! Rates are low, but they’re scheduled to go up. Your college loan payments will then remain as manageable as possible when you leave school. If you have graduated, or will be graduating this May or June, yes! Graduates can lock in historical low rates, and reduce their monthly payments more than half. You can lock in a rate even while still in school, and even if you have been out of school for a couple of years can get a good deal, too.

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Posted February 27, 2007 by

10 Pointers on College Loan Consolidation

Should I consolidate my college loans or not?
1. Still in school, yes! Rates are low, but they’re scheduled to go up. Your college loan payments will then remain as manageable as possible when you leave school. If you have graduated, or will be graduating this May or June, yes! Graduates can lock in historical low rates, and reduce their monthly payments more than half. You can lock in a rate even while still in school, and even if you have been out of school for a couple of years can get a good deal, too.

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