A trip to the emergency room. Paying for unexpected damage to the house. Car breaks down on your way to work. There are countless reasons people get into debt. Once there are a few bills to pay, it’s time to think about how you want to pay them. Debt consolidation personal loans can be a way to simplify your payments and know when you’ll have the debt off your plate. There are debt consolidation loans that bad credit customers can use to take control of their finances as well. Whether you need to consolidate your debt or not, it is good to understand your options.
What Is Debt Consolidation?
The concept of debt consolidation is straightforward — roll several debts into one. It’s usually intended for high-interest debts. If you have a variety of debts that you’re trying to manage each month, debt consolidation could work to your advantage. One payment instead of several can make it easier to meet your obligations and manage your bills.
Secured vs. Unsecured Debt Consolidation Loans
Balance Credit offers unsecured personal loans, which differ from secured debt consolidation. Consolidating your debt allows you to reorganize your debt, but you still need to pay it in full. A secured debt consolidation loan requires a valuable asset to secure the debt, such as your home or car. By comparison, an unsecured loan like the one you may be able to get from Balance Credit, doesn’t require you to put your residence or primary means of transport on the line.
Why Customers Choose Balance Credit
Balance Credit is here for our customers. However you choose to use our services, we want the process to be convenient and easy to follow. With a set payment schedule you always know what you’ll need to pay for each payment. Because it’s an installment loan, you know precisely when the loan will be paid. Your application will take a few minutes and, if approved,‡ in many cases you can get your money by the next day. **
‡ Balance Credit is not a lender in all states. Not all loan requests are approved. Rates & Terms vary by state.
**Customers whose applications are received and approved by 6 p.m. Central Time on a business day will typically receive ACH deposits from the lender to their bank accounts the next business day.