Our Consolidation Process

Often, individuals will elect to take out several federal student loans to make their education more affordable. However, after graduating, it can sometimes become overwhelming to juggle multiple payments each month given the volatile economic climate and changing interest rates.

If you're struggling to keep up, you may want to consider consolidating your federal student loans into one easy, monthly payment. By consolidation, you can remove the headache of paying each loan off separately, as well as take advantage of lower interest rates, lower total monthly payment amounts, and a longer time period in which to pay back your creditors.

How we can help

The Student Loan Repair Center specializes in helping our customers negotiate the best possible arrangement for their situation, based on the amount of the loan and its current terms.

Students who work with us benefit from the power and knowledge of our experienced negotiators, enabling them to secure much more attractive terms for their consolidation than they would have been able to on their own.

The Student Loan Repair Center process

When you contact the Student Loan Repair Center about your student loans, our expert debt negotiators will review your case based on a number of factors, including the type of federal loans, interest rates, remaining balance and your current monthly payment amount. We'll discuss your case in order to find the best option for your situation.

We will then handle the application, negotiation and debt consolidation processes, which all in all take between 60 and 90 days to complete. In just about three months, your monthly payment burden will be lessened and you will be able to pay off your loans without any further headaches.

To find out more about how the student loan consolidation process works, fill out our contact form to receive an instant quote or call us at 1-877-242-9444.

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  • Deferment time renewed
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  • No minimum or maximum student loan balance to qualify
  • Change your new student loan repayment plan anytime you want as often as you would like
  • Get an additional .25% off of your interest rate for setting up automatic payments