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Welcome to episode #30 in the series #AskADC (Ask A Debt Counsellor) where Andre discusses and dissects the most common questions in and around debt counseling, also known as debt review.
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If you have more than one loan, it may sound like a good idea to roll them into one consolidated loan but it may end up costing you much more over time! In this video we break down debt consolidation on Home Loans, and what it might cost over time.
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Debt consolidation (or refinancing) can make it easier to manage your repayments. But it may cost you more if the interest rate or fees (or both) are higher than before. You could also get deeper into debt if you get more credit, as it may tempt you to spend more.
Here are some things to consider before deciding to consolidate or refinance.
Avoid companies that make unrealistic promises
Some companies advertise that they can get you out of debt no matter how much you owe. This is unrealistic.
Don’t trust a company that:
is not licensed
asks you to sign blank documents
refuses to discuss repayments
rushes the transaction
won’t put all loan costs and the interest rate in writing before you sign
arranges a business loan when all you need is a basic consumer loan
Make sure you will be paying less
Compare the interest rate for the new loan — as well as the fees and other costs — against your current loans. Make sure you can afford the new repayments.
If the new loan will be more expensive than your current loans, it may not be worth it.
Use our mortgage switching calculator
Compare the interest and fees on a new loan with your current loans.
Remember to check for other costs, such as:
penalties for paying off your original loans early
application fees, legal fees, valuation fees, and stamp duty. Some lenders charge these fees if the new loan is secured
against your home or other assets
Beware of switching to a loan with a longer term. The interest rate may be lower, but you could pay more in interest and fees in the long run.
Protect your home or other assets
To get a lower interest rate, you might be considering turning your unsecured debts
(such as credit cards or personal loans) into a single secured debt
. For a secured debt, you put up an asset (such as your home or car) as security.
This means that if you can’t pay off the new loan, the home or car that you put up as security may be at risk. The lender can sell it to get back the money you borrowed.
Consider all your other options before using your home or other assets as security.
Consider your other options first
Before you pay a company to help you consolidate or refinance your debts:
Talk to your mortgage provider
If you’re struggling to pay your mortgage, talk to your mortgage provider (lender) as soon as possible.
All lenders have programs to help you in tough times. Ask to speak to their hardship team about a hardship variation
. They may be able to change your loan terms, or reduce or pause your repayments for a while.
Consider switching home loans
A different home loan could save you money in interest and fees. But make sure it really is a better deal. See switching home loans.
Talk to your credit providers
If you have credit card debt or other loans, ask your credit provider if they can change your repayments or extend your loan. The National Debt Helpline website has information about how to negotiate payment terms.
Consider a credit card balance transfer
A balance transfer may be a good way to get on top of your debts. But it can also create more problems. See credit card balance transfers to help you choose wisely.
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Martin Lewis talks about debt problems and gives solutions. Martin gives his definition of “Debt Crisis” and “Problem Debts” outlining solutions for both and where to get help. you also get a checklist for cutting the cost of repaying debt. http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/loans/debt-solutions
Problem Debts Checklist:
1. Shift debts to cheaper rates with a credit card balance transfer.
2. Check out a personal loan to get a lower rate vs. existing credit cards. This can also help with the structure of repayments (Good if you have poor discipline in sticking to credit card minimum repayments).
3. Check your credit rating. Try to improve your credit rating.
4. Do the credit card shuffle.
5. Use your savings to pay off your debts after you have moved debts to lower rates. If you have any savings, use them.
6. Remortgaging. (not a massive fan of this one as it extends the length of the loan which may cost more).
7. Secured loan. (Make sure this is suitable for you! It may cost you more if it’s not suitable!!)
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