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Suggestions on Private Loans

Discussion in 'Pharmacy' started by happyface68, May 7, 2007.

  1. happyface68

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    Does anyone have suggestions on which private loans (i.e. lowest interest rate, long grace period) we should take to pay for pharmacy school? Thanks ahead!
     
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  3. Farmercyst

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    Probably a good idea to check the Finance Forum on this one. (I personally don't know.)
     
  4. Doctor Chief

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    The best thing to do is compare the different private lenders out there, which can be done at http://www.finaid.org/loans/privatestudentloans.phtml
    Most of the rates are very similar but do a little research and pick one that you think is best. With all the student loan scandal out there, it is up to the consumer to find out the info on the best product. You can't just trust financial aid advisors anymore.
    I would suggest Think Financial. The application process is very quick and easy, and the check is sent directly to you so you can use the money for whatever you want. The limits are much higher with private student loans, up to $40,000 per year. You can find out more information about a Think loan at http://www.thinkfinancial.com . Good Luck.
     
  5. Butterfly918

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    Thanks Doc! That was helpful information for me! :D :clap:
     

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