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It is not always easy to pay thousands of dollars every year for college tuition fees, on top of the expenses for books, housing and transportation. Due to the large amount colleges charge for tuition and other fees, students often end up in debt even before they have started a career. As a result, many college students opt for government educational loans to take care of the college fees at a reasonable interest rate.

Student loan debt consolidation allows the students to reduce the amount of their monthly installments to repay their student loans. Refinancing your student loans will allow you to avail of lower interest rates and avoid the hassles of paying several monthly installments.

The rates offered for a student consolidation loan vary depending on your individual credit history and the way you are dealing with your current creditors. The eligibility criterion and the requirements for applying for a student debt consolidation loan may again vary from one lender to another.

There are certain aspects that need to be kept in mind while applying for a student debt consolidation loan. It is important to ensure that the interest rate of your loan does not exceed the consolidated rate of your current loans.

If you are thinking of student loan consolidation, you will have a number of options to choose from. However, all student consolidation centers would have some basic options that can help you reduce your total debt and monthly expenditure.
All student loan consolidation centers will offer minimum interest rates, currently 1.625 percent fixed interest for the loan period. The 'Department of Education' is offering a rate 3.37 percent at present.

A student may get an additional discount rate of 0.25 percent at all student loan consolidation centers if they opt for auto debit.

Most student loan consolidation centers will offer flexible payment options. Which can give students extra relief on top of having their monthly installments reduced up to 50 to 60 percent.

Some private centers are associated with specific lending agencies, and will tend to promote their own brand of consolidation loans. In such cases, students may not be given the opportunity to study several loan offers and negotiate to pick a loan according to their preference. To help the students, these loan consolidation centers build up cost-effective debt consolidation programs at low prices. They have representatives who exercise their rapport and expertise while negotiating the creditors to find lower interest rates or specific terms that best suit the student's needs. Specific discount rates are also offered by these centers. Debt consolidation centers also offer personalized counseling service to help the students understand their own needs and guide them to make the right choice. Many of these centers are located near the college campus making it easily accessible for the students.

While non-profit debt consolidation centers do not take fees from their clients for setting up loan consolidation programs, these centers do, at times, accept multiple checks from their clients and send out single consolidated payments.

While comparing and choosing the best lender or the student loan consolidation center to use you should consider those who offer flexible application procedures such as online application including online account management facilities. The quality of the customer service is also very important while choosing a student loan debt consolidation center. While applying for a student loan consolidation, you need to ensure that you have the name and address of the consolidation center, current rates of interest and current loan balances.


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