To consolidate a loan is an action that can help your financial situation, getting you out of a possible disastrous situation. A quick fix for those who have a handle on their debts, this can serve as an effective way to reduce monthly installments and ensure you can afford all your outstanding debts. So, what does it mean to consolidate a loan?
When you have a collection of loans taken out, from a variety of different lenders or credit providers, it can sometime be best to consolidate your loans. What this means is that the debtor will take out a singular loan from a credit provider to cover all other outstanding loans- this is called consolidation- putting all loans into one singular loan, resulting in one monthly payment, to one provider rather than multiple accounts with multiple amounts. This will usually have longer terms of repayment, which often means that the monthly installments will be less, keeping you away from over indebtedness.
While this is a great way to sort out your finances, it still requires dedication to your loans and repayments. Something definitely not suggested if you struggle to pay off your debts, this still needs monthly amounts and can still result in high interest being built over time. This does however make for an easy and simple repayment plan, focusing on one account and not many with different lenders.
We will be able to offer advice on the suitability of debt consolidation to your specific financial situation, as there are instances where it would prove unsuitable. Our consultants will be able to help you with regards to secured and unsecured debt consolidation, and advice as to which would be most favorable to your outstanding debts. Operating on a national basis, we can also provide you with debt counseling or a debt review in South Africa. As mentioned, debt consolidation could save you on monthly payments and interest rates, which has made it a viable option for many. To find out if debt consolidation in South Africa is an option for you, contact Quick Consolidation Loans today.