Problems Faced in Taking Loans
All over the world, there has been a growth in the lending business. There are a large number of lenders that are willing to give you a loan. This is because of an increase in the consumer spending. People are buying more than ever before.
They take loans if they do not have sufficient funds to make purchases. You can avail a loan for almost anything, such as to buy a house, to buy a car, to finance education, for a holiday tour, and so on.
Some loans are more difficult to get approved than others. For instance, approval of unsecured loans is more difficult than that of secured loans. This is because the risk for lenders is greatly increased in case of unsecured loans since they do not require collateral.
Apart from unsecured loans, bad credit loans are also difficult to get approved. Bad credit loans are offered to those borrowers who have a poor credit rating history, such as arrears, defaults, county court judgements, or bankruptcy. Bad credit loans also increase the risk for lenders as borrowers who avail such loans had defaulted in loan repayments in the past.
Then why do so many lenders offer unsecured and bad credit loans? The reason is high rates of interest. Unsecured and bad credit loans carry high rates of interest. When you avail an unsecured or a bad credit loan, you end up paying a huge amount of interest.
This gives lenders a tremendous opportunity to make money. They know that you are in a need of money and since it is difficult to avail unsecured and bad credit loans, they charge high rates of interest.
You can avoid these high interest loans. If you have a property, you can offer your property as collateral to avail a secured loan. The rate of interest on secured loans is lower than the rate on unsecured loans.
If you have a bad credit history, then instead of availing a bad credit loan, you should try and improve your credit score first. If you are unable to repay your loan, contact your creditor and explain your problem. Your creditor might come up with a solution that will help you repay your loan.
The creditor might also waive off some of the outstanding loan amount thus improving your credit score. Close down your late payment account. Contact your creditor, pay your unpaid balance and ask your creditor to remove the late payment entry. Remember, the creditor is your friend and is ever willing to help you out.
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Article Added on Wednesday, December 14, 2005
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