From our Archives: Consolidation | 03.22.11

Posted in Loan Consolidation By Student Loan Network Staff

For students about to graduate, you may want to check out the article New Grads, Start Thinking About Consolidation. This will give you helpful tips on why consolidation can be a good option.

Conversely, the article What NOT to do when Consolidating your Student Loans tells you just that. It provides useful information on the types of situations where consolidation might not be the best option.

While consolidation for federal loans is usually a good idea, it may not be so black and white with private loans. In the current economy, private lenders have been reluctant to grant consolidation loans. Should I Consolidate my Private Student Loans can help students to decide how and where to go to consolidate their private loans.

Still have questions about consolidation? This post may be able to help. From Our Forums: Consolidation Question Quartet! answers a few common questions about consolidating federal loans. Maybe it’ll answer yours. If not, you can always check out the Financial Aid Forum’s consolidation help section.

Hopefully these articles will proves useful in the upcoming months. Remember, if you need more information regarding loan consolidation, visit StudentLoanConsolidator.com.


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One Response to “From our Archives: Consolidation”

  1. creditrepairus.com says on July 6, 2011 at 5:57 pm:

    Another benefit of federal loans is that there are plans available that adjust the payment amount based on income. For those that qualify, this can be a great way to keep payments manageable early in their career after school when their salary will be lower. As income increases so will the size of the monthly payments.

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