Means to Avoid Bankruptcy

By: Aisha Cristal

During financial deficit period people depend on loans, credit cards and overdraft. Loans when not managed properly create severe problems. Credit rating of the borrower becomes rough. The borrower witnesses several obstacles to avail further loans. The worst situation is bankruptcy. It is the situation when the financial stability of the customer collapses completely.

Proper debt management helps you to avoid such extreme situations. When you are availing a loan maintain regularity in repayment. If you are already caught in the debt trap, opt for the consolidation. For consolidation of old loans, you can avail a new loan.


Debt consolidation is the process of merging your entire debt burden into a single loan.

The new loan charges you a lower rate of interest. You will deal with a single lender after the consolidation. Two types of debt consolidation loans are available in the U.K loan market. Some debt consolidation loans require a residential property security while the other loan plans do not.

Residential property security is mandatory for secured debt consolidation loans. You can borrow up to ?250,000 for debt consolidation purpose. These loans charge a lower rate of interest. Loan amount depends upon the equity of your home. Equity can be calculated by deducting your entire loan burden from the market value of your home. Lenders pay up to eighty percentages of the equity.

Unsecured debt consolidation loans do not require a residential property security. The maximum loan amount is ?25,000. These loan plans charge a higher rate of interest than the secured debt consolidation loans. As there is no need of property evaluation, the loan processing is faster. Students, tenants and self-employed professionals are immensely benefited by these loans. Both types of consolidation loans can be applied online. You should choose a loan plan according to your loan burden.

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