Despite the best forward planning, life takes us all by surprise and when it does it can often bring with it financial outlays. Of course consumer loans aren’t necessarily bad debts, they
allow us to responsibly enjoy buying a car, go on a holiday or purchase new furniture all
without needing to save first. Whatever the reason, debts can quickly mount-up if our
situation changes unexpectedly or if we make some rash financial decisions.
A debt consolidation home loan is a common strategy to combine your debts into one
more manageable or cost-effective repayment.
This can often lead to saving thousands of dollars in interest, a significant reduction in repayments and much needed peace of mind. However, there are some important considerations to be aware of when consolidating your debt and we have helped many customers over the years significantly improve their financial situation.
No security? No worries…
One of the great benefits of a debt consolidation Personal loan is that security is often not required. However, if you do have a vehicle or some other acceptable asset that can be used as collateral, this may lead to more options or a lower interest rate being depending on your circumstances.
The most common debts to consolidate into your home loan are:
Loans to family or friends
Expired “interest free’ debts
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