Bundle your Debt Burden

By: Aisha Cristal

Consolidation of loans leads to a smooth financial transaction. Consolidation is the process of merging the entire debt burden to a single loan. Two types of consolidation loans are available in the UK loan market. Some loan plans require the borrower to pledge their residential property as security. The other loan plans are free from this clause.
The average value of a residential property in the UK is near about ?200,000. Hence the borrowers are keen to offer them loan plans for the security of their money. The students, tenants and self-employed professionals do not own a house to offer as security. The consolidation loans without home security suits their purpose.



Unsecured debt consolidation loans provide a unique opportunity to students to consolidate their existing student or parent loans. These loans centralize the repayment. It means the borrower deals with only one financial institution. The repayment period is extended after consolidation. The monthly repayment amount also reduces. The reduction is due to the extension of repayment period. The new loan after consolidation is spilt into easy monthly installments. Hence the borrowers handle the repayment easily.

Debt consolidation loans charge a uniform interest rate. The borrower is not obliged to pay more then the assigned interest rate in case of any hike. If the interest rate in financial market goes down, the borrower is not entitled to avail a reduction. No extra charge is levied on the borrower for the consolidation process. The primary conditions for application are the existence of multiple loans and citizenship of the UK.

Unsecured debt consolidation loans are equally beneficial to the tenants and self-employed professionals. They can avail up to ?25,000 for consolidation process. Credit rating of the borrower has a chance to improve after consolidation. Once the credit history becomes perfect, the borrower doses not find any obstacle to avail a fresh loan.

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