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Why A Student Loan?

Student loan refinancing is the process of having a new lender give you a new loan with lower rates than what you’re currently paying on your student debt.  This happens because the loans you took out while you were in school have rates that you got as a student.  Now, as a graduate, you’re likely in a better financial position and lenders are happy to reward you by lowering your rates, monthly payments, and overall cost of your student loans

What documents do I need?

We ask that you have the following documents available:

Paystubs

* A printed statement of the amount an employee is paid.

Proof of Graduation

* A certificate awarded by an educational establishment to show successful completion of a course of study.

Loan Payoff Statements

* A statement prepared by a lender showing the remaining terms on a loan.

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When can I get my money?

We know that you are busy, and when you need to pay off your student loans, we want to get done as quickly and easily as possible. We prefer to work with partners who are modernizing their underwriting processes with technology that allows them to fund your loan faster.

Depending on the exact product and provider you choose to work with, the typical funding can take between four to five days. This time range is dependent on how quickly our partners can receive information from you about you–once they have your financials, they can send that to underwriting to get the process started.

How much can I borrow?

$7,500-$175,000

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