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Federal Loan Consolidation

If federal loan interest rates increase, consolidating low interest rate loans may increase overall repayment costs, and the borrower may be locked into a higher interest rate. Extended Plan Under an extended repayment schedule applicant can repay their Federal Consolidation Loan over a 30-year period, on a fixed or graduated payment plan, if applicant have federal loans totaling in excess of $60,000. Thirty days from the date their loan is funded, applicant are required to begin repayment according to that schedule. Current federal regulations state that the maximum length of the repayment term is based on the sum of the loans being consolidated, and the unpaid balance on other student loans.

Loan Consolidation middot University of Puget Sound

Federal Direct Consolidation Loans allow borrowers to combine one or more of their Federal education loans into one new loan. This could simplify the management of their educational loans, particularly if applicant have both Direct Loans and FFEL Loans. Loss of Perkins Subsidy and BenefitsBecause Perkins Loans have a lower interest rate and certain cancellation benefits, applicant may wish to exclude their Perkins Loan from a Direct Consolidation Loan. To qualify for a Direct Consolidation Loan, borrowers must have at least one Direct Loan or FFEL Loan that is in grace, repayment, deferment or default status. If the qualifying loan is a FFEL Loan, applicant must also certify that applicant were unable to obtain a FFEL Consolidation Loan.