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  • What is debt consolidation loans?

    Debt consolidation loans explain a debt consolidation loan lets you turn multiple debt payments.store cards, credit cards, overdrafts or loans.
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    In Debt consolidation loan your debts will be cleared by consolidating all your debts into one loan. Debt consolidation does not mean that your debts will be paid off, and it won't make them disappear; it is simply a way to transfer multiple different debts to one lender.
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      Originally posted by shanerobert View Post
      Debt consolidation loans explain a debt consolidation loan lets you turn multiple debt payments.store cards, credit cards, overdrafts or loans.
      Debt Consolidation means taking a new loan to pay off a number of existing debts, generally unsecured ones. In Debt consolidation your multiple debts are combined into a single, large set of debt, usually with more comfortable payoff terms. Here in comfortable payoff terms include a lower interest rate or lower monthly payment.

      Debtors can use debt consolidation as a tool to deal with credit card debt, student loan debt and many other types of debts.

      There are two broad types of debt consolidation loans:

      1. Secured loans are provided to the borrowers by keeping an asset as a collateral like house, car etc.

      2. Unsecured loans are issued to the borrowers as debt consolidation loans are not backed by assets and can be more difficult to obtain. They also tend to have higher interest rate and lower qualifying amounts.
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