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Most federal student loans are eligible to be consolidated under the Direct Consolidation Loan program.
There is no fee to consolidate federal student loans into a Direct Consolidation Loan.
Combining student loans into one new loan can potentially result in a lower single monthly payment at a lower interest rate, which are reasons borrowers consider consolidating or refinancing their student loans.
The Federal Direct Consolidation Loan Program offered by the federal government allows borrowers to combine any of their outstanding federal student loans into a single new loan.
Interest rates on variable rate loans are capped at either 8.95% or 9.95% depending on term of loan. Lowest variable rate of 2.27% APR assumes current 1 month LIBOR rate of 2.27% minus 0.15% margin minus 0.25% ACH discount. If approved for a loan, the fixed or variable interest rate offered will depend on your creditworthiness, and the term of the loan and other factors, and will be within the ranges of rates listed above.
For the So Fi variable rate loan, the 1-month LIBOR index will adjust monthly and the loan payment will be re-amortized and may change monthly.
There are various repayment options under the Direct Consolidation Loan program, including a standard repayment plan, a graduated repayment plan, an extended repayment plan, the Income-Contingent Repayment Plan (ICR), the Pay As You Earn, and the Income Based Repayment Plan (IBR).
Soft credit inquiries allow So Fi to show you what rates and terms So Fi can offer you up front.
After seeing your rates, if you choose a product and continue your application, we will request your full credit report from one or more consumer reporting agencies, which is considered a hard credit inquiry.
APRs for variable rate loans may increase after origination if the LIBOR index increases. The So Fi 0.25% Auto Pay interest rate reduction requires you to agree to make monthly principal and interest payments by an automatic monthly deduction from a savings or checking account.
The benefit will discontinue and be lost for periods in which you do not pay by automatic deduction from a savings or checking account.
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