Consolidating debt into mortgage


If you were to pay off each credit card separately, you would be spending $750 per month for 28 months and you would end up paying a total of around $5,441.73 in interest.



"But your bank may not be looking to keep you as a client and your credit scores may not be high enough to meet their lending requirements.” If you’re turned down by your bank or credit union, Gagnon suggests exploring private mortgage companies or lenders.Debt consolidation means taking out a new loan to pay off a number of liabilities and consumer debts, generally unsecured ones.In effect, multiple debts are combined into a single, larger piece of debt, usually with more favorable pay-off terms: a lower interest rate, lower monthly payment or both.(In circumstances where you need actual debt relief or don't qualify for loans, it may be best to look into a debt settlement rather than, or in conjunction with, a debt consolidation.

Debt settlement aims to reduce your obligations rather than just reducing the number of creditors.

They also tend to have higher interest rates and lower qualifying amounts.