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What is the smartest,way to get a Student Loan repayed ?

I’m in Default and the interest and penalties are growing everyday.
The minimum they will accept , even under a “financial hardship”

Rehab program is $400 per. mo
I can’t repay at that amount currently…but if I don’t the monthly amount will just go Up and up.
I’m a Homeowner ..should I get a refinance loan and pay off the FEDS and attach the amount to my mortgage ?

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One Response to "What is the smartest,way to get a Student Loan repayed ?"

  1. redvelvetflames4ever says:
    That’s exactly what a friend of mine did. He purchased a condo and refinanced to pay off his school loans. He stated it was the best thing he did since the value of the property increased over the course of 4 years so the property actually paid off the loan in it’s value, but I do recommend if you can is get your loan out of default and attempt to put it under some type of deferment. Even if you pay off your loans in full it will still appear in your credit history report as a default paid in full.

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