The terms of this product may differ from terms of your current loan.
For example, this product does not contain special features such as forbearance periods and income-based repayment plans available for student loans.
I contacted student loan guru Mark Kantrowitz at Fin Aid.org, who says just three lenders still offer consolidation: Chase, Student Loan Network, and Wells Fargo. You should also know that there are no fixed rates on consolidated private loans; your interest rate will probably be tied to a benchmark like the prime rate, so when that rises, so will the rate on your loan.
Finally, if you have a solid job and a solid credit score, think about looking into a personal loan at a bank or credit union.
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Finally, you may have accumulated private loans and lines of credit offered by banks to help you meet the costs of your education.* The Annual Percentage Rate (APR) is different from the actual interest rate because the APR considers fees and reflects the cost of your loan as a yearly rate.The APR calculation assumes a loan of ,000, a fixed interest rate of 6.32% or variable interest rate of 3.63%, a loan fee of 3.75% and a 10-year repayment term.You might not be able to score a deal for the entire amount, but if you can get a fixed-rate personal loan to pay off some of the variable-rate student loan debt, that will offer you more stability.Ask Suze a question or get another answer Please note: This is general information and is not intended to be legal advice.