Moon Twp, PA (PressExposure) July 22, 2009 -- We i.e. National Asset Management will examine four ways you can get your debt settlement under control and start working back on the road to financial recovery.
1. Communicate with your credit card companies. Ask each credit card company for help. They arenât likely to forgive you your loan, but they may be willing to cut down your interest rate. If your interest rate is presently 12% or high, ask if they would be willing to cut their rate in half. Why would they consider doing this? Well, creditors do not want you to default on your loan and they want their principle back. Sure, a nice fat interest charge would be ideal too, but if they sense you are ready to default on your loan, you can expect that a lower rate will be offered instead.
2. Think over debt consolidation loan. You can pull all of your debt together into one account, preferably one featuring a fixed, low interest rate. You can use the proceeds from the debt consolidation loans to pay back your other creditors and then make monthly payments back to the loan consolidator.
3. Home refinancing. Refinancing your loan may be just the debt reduction help you need as the funds saved by you each month with lower mortgage payments could be used to pay off other debt. Caution: you are placing your home âat riskâ if you opt for this choice.
Debt consolidation loans will save you money in interest repayments and save you from debt problems. Before you apply for one of many debt consolidation loans that the financial institutions offer, make sure you know the "fine print". Debt Mediators take care of that for you.
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