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Unsecured Debt Consolidation Loans

Jan 4th 2011 at 8:31 PM

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THIS ARTICLE IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY: Felix Miranda
CEO/DIRECTOR Global Success For All

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Unsecured Debt Consolidation Loans


Unsecured debt consolidation loans can be the answer for anybody who is having trouble managing their finances and does not have anything to offer as security for the loan.

Unsecured means that the loan does not depend on you owning property or other assets that the bank would foreclose on if you did not pay. A mortgage is an example of a secured loan. A car loan would usually be unsecured.

Unsecured loans are riskier for the bank so the interest rates tend to be higher than for a secured loan. However, for the person taking out the loan it may be better because the bank cannot take your house if you do not pay. Besides, many people do not own property, or already have a mortgage and do not want to increase it.

A debt consolidation loan is a loan that pays off all of your other debts so that you only have one payment to make each month. Most people find that they have many small debts on credit cards, store accounts, plus car loans, etc that they are paying each month. It can be hard to keep track of all the payments and you may miss a few, resulting in higher charges the next time.

Debt consolidation loans take care of that so that you only have to remember to make one payment. Another advantage may be that you could get a consolidation loan at a lower rate of interest than many of your other bills. Credit cards and store cards tend to have high interest and you can often do better if you take out financing to pay them all off.

Before you will be approved for a loan, there are some forms that you will have to fill out. The bank or credit union will want to know about your financial history, including your income and your monthly expenses. They will also look at your credit history.

Generally if you have a regular paid job with a good salary you should be able to find a loan. Even if your spending has been a little high, you should be able to cut back on your expenses to make the loan payments without too much trouble. Finance companies are always looking for steady, regular people to lend money to. After all, that is what they are in business for.

If you have a bad credit score you may be turned down for an unsecured loan. You may even be turned down with a good credit score, for no clear reason. Don't give up. Just because one bank or finance company refuses you, does not mean that they all will. You may have to search around a little but there are plenty of companies that offer bad credit unsecured consolidation loans in certain circumstances.

 

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