Credit Card Debt Consolidation Loan - Way to Happy Shopping

By: Alec Recce

Everyone enjoys shopping and dreams to shop unlimited. This tendency of shopping may sometimes be a cause of worry later if you inappropriately use your credit card without giving a thought to your financial conditions and thus unknowingly mounting up the pile of debts. The credit card debt is too painful because of the high interest rates and penalties associated with it. But with credit card debt consolidation loan all your worries will vanish and you can shop happily. This loan repays and consolidates all your credit card debts in a single loan and that too at a lower interest rate.

Credit card debt consolidation loan is available in two forms - secured and unsecured.

The former kind of loan requires some sort of guarantee. It is issued against collateral such as home or any other valuable asset. But for the latter you don't need collateral. Interest rate in the secured form is less than the unsecured form because you pledge some valuable asset for obtaining it.

The rate of interest of credit card debt consolidation loan is not fixed and depends on amount borrowed, repayment duration, use of collateral and a lot more things. Besides this they also vary from lender to lender because of the intense competition among the financial institutions lending money. The repayment period extends from 5 to 30 years depending on repaying capacity. The unsecured loan has a higher interest rate and shorter repayment duration.

Credit card debt consolidation loan has various benefits. Here the interest amount turns to be less compared to the amount of interest accumulated from all credit cards. No doubt you are still under debt as you have taken debit consolidation loan for credit cards but you can pay it comfortably in installments over a period of time. As interest rate varies from lender to lender, you can search online for the best deal available.

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