The website Studentloanconsolidationreviews.org recently completed an evaluation of student loan consolidation companies and is now announcing what it found to be the top two.
The principal reason why Floridians are having a problem with student loans is mostly due to the escalating cost of attending school in state.
To make matters even worse the median income for Floridians is only
Many Floridians that have multiple student loans have turned to debt consolidation as a way to better manage their debts and to get lower monthly payments. Given this, Studentloanconsolidationreviews.org decided it was important to evaluate the student loan consolidation companies available to those Floridians that might want to consolidate their loans and get a lower payment. What this evaluation determined is that the two best choices are National Debt Relief and SoFi.
"We rank National Debt Relief as the top choice," said Smith. "It operates very ethically and treats its customers honestly and with respect. We found that its representatives are experienced, knowledgeable and helpful. We also liked the fact that National Debt Relief has consistently maintained an A rating with the
National Debt Relief also ranked number one because of its liberal cancellation policy. If a customer is ever unhappy with the company for any reason, he or she can cancel out without ever having to pay any fee or penalty. Plus, the company's customers are not required to pay anything until they are satisfied with their new student loan repayment plan. "We see this as a no lose proposition," said Smith.
SoFi is a relative newcomer to the student loan consolidation business. It was founded by a business student at
Studentloanconsolidationreviews.org also ranked SoFi second as it will combine federally backed student loans with private loans, which is a practice that is frowned upon by many experts in student debt.
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