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Whether it's for a major purchase, a home improvement project, or educational costs, most American households borrow money through installment loans. Installment loans provide us with the necessary funds when we need them.
However, managing multiple installment loans can often become overwhelming, particularly when each one comes with its own set of loan terms, repayment dates, and interest rates. Keeping track of these obligations to multiple lenders can be challenging, increasing the potential for missed payments and heightened financial stress.
This is where debt consolidation from Credit9 comes into play. Credit9 debt solutions provide a beacon of hope to those lost in a sea of debt that can empty their bank account every month and lead them to late payments and bad credit.
What Are Installment Loans?
“Installment loans” may sound like a technical term, but chances are you've already encountered them in one form or another. Essentially, an installment loan refers to any loan that is repaid over a set period of time through a series of scheduled monthly payments, or "installments."
This broad category encompasses several types of debt you might be familiar with. For instance, unsecured debt, such as student loans and personal loans used to fund unexpected medical bills or big-ticket purchases, is often installment loans. Also, mortgages and car loans are secured installment loans.
Each installment loan has its own set of terms, including the loan amount, interest rate, and repayment schedule. This can make it difficult to keep track of repayment periods and interest charges.
What if you have several installment loans running simultaneously? Credit9 loan specialists suggest you get a debt consolidation for your installment loans.
When you consolidate your debt, you merge your existing debts into one so that you have a single monthly payment, a fixed interest rate, and comfortable payment terms. You also avoid interaction with multiple creditors. Contact us today for more information on consolidating your installment loans!
Keeping up with Installment Loans
It can be challenging to keep up with multiple installment loans. You have to remember the due dates and monthly payment amounts for each loan. And if you forget to make a payment, it may impact your credit score.
You must also juggle multiple interest rates, as some installment loans come with higher interest rates. High-interest debt eats away at your income and leaves less money behind to pay the bills or to put in your savings account.
Debt Consolidation for Your Installment Loans
A debt consolidation loan for your installment loans by Credit9 can help you achieve a stable financial future with a low-interest rate and without crippling debt. With a lower rate, loan consolidation can save you money while you repay your loans at your preferred pace.
Although debt consolidation can temporarily affect your credit score and will show on your credit report, in the long term it offers you the opportunity to pay off debt in better terms and conditions.
Single monthly payment
Instead of multiple installments to several loans and multiple banks, you only have one monthly payment to one lender. A single monthly payment is easy to incorporate into your monthly budget.
Fixed interest rate and payment amount
Debt consolidation loans from Credit9 have a fixed interest rate and a fixed single payment per month. That means you know exactly how much you will be paying throughout the repayment period. Installment loan debt can also come with variable interest rates.
Instead of guessing how much you will be paying, when you consolidate debt you can create your monthly financial plan with precision.
Lower interest rates
Some installment loans have high-interest rates that increase the amount of money you have to pay back.
With a debt consolidation loan, you may qualify for a lower annual percentage rate, especially if you have a good credit score to start with. Why should you pay more when you can benefit from lower interest charges?
Negotiate the repayment period
Debt consolidation loans can usually extend from 12 to 72 months. Credit9 can help you evaluate your financial planning and find the right repayment period for your income.
You can opt for a short repayment period if you want to pay less in interest charges and regain your financial balance sooner. Alternatively, you can choose a longer repayment period if you feel you want the debt consolidation loan to have a soft impact on your monthly expenses.
Improve Your Chances for a Debt Consolidation Loan
There are some simple ways to increase your chances for a successful debt consolidation loan, such as having a trustworthy co-signer and a good credit score.
If a family member or friend is willing to be a co-signer, you could benefit from their high credit score and obtain a debt consolidation loan with lower interest. This means you will pay less in interest charges.
Good credit score
If you have a good credit score, Credit9 will help you consolidate your debt with a lower interest rate and better repayment terms. This way you can pay off credit sooner and save money.
Trust Credit9’s Debt Specialists for Your Installment Debt Consolidation Loan
Credit9 is your trusted debt consolidation lender. Our loan specialists are professional, honest, and knowledgeable. We have helped thousands of Americans with debt consolidation loans to enjoy a safer, better financial future without crippling debt.
Credit9 is fully accredited by the Better Business Bureau (BBB) which testifies to our ethical practices.
If you want to learn more about consolidating your debt, our Credit9 loan specialists will be happy to provide all the necessary information on the consolidation process and answer all your questions.