Circle Surrogacy, one of the nation's premier surrogate parenting agencies, is proud to announce new surrogacy financing options for U.S. intended parents. The agency is partnering with American Healthcare Lending (AHL), which offers simple interest installment loans in amounts up to
The loans are available at rates as low as 5.99% in up to 84-month terms with no pre-payment penalties. Funds are deposited directly into the intended parents' accounts and can be applied to any fertility treatment, procedure, medications, agency fees, and out-of-pocket expenses.
Circle Surrogacy believes that everyone has the right to pursue their dream of family and that financial burden should not be a roadblock to making that dream a reality. The new surrogacy financing option continues the agency's tradition of developing innovative financial programs for intended parents, like its exclusive unlimited IVF packages and unlimited rematch program, unveiled earlier this year.
"We're thrilled to offer this option, which gives our intended parents greater financial freedom and flexibility when planning their surrogacy and egg donation arrangements," says
Intended parents can apply online for the surrogacy loans in less than a minute and receive an instant pre-approval without affecting their credit thanks to the trusted financing program. American Healthcare Lending offers a secure and confidential online process that allows intended parents to review their rate, payment, and term before accepting.
Total costs for surrogacy and egg donation include the fees paid to the surrogate, egg donor, IVF clinic, agency, attorneys and social workers, and travel expenses. For more information about the surrogacy financing program or the other services that Circle Surrogacy offers, please visit our website. For media inquiries, please contact
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