You will only have one bill to pay each month when you refinance all your loans.
However, it’s different than consolidation because you also get a new interest rate—and your new interest rate can help you save money over the life of the loan.
We can help you understand the difference between consolidating and refinancing student loans—and figure out what option is best for your future.
Consolidating your federal student loans with a Direct Consolidation Loan from the government, for example, involves gathering all your loans under one new loan.
If refinancing is for you, get started with our two-minute Quick Rate here. Our Client Happiness specialists are available by phone at (888) 601-2801 and by email at [email protected]