If you are looking for a new private educational loan, College Ave Student Loans might be a great option for you. Since launching in 2015, the company has worked to become one of the leading private student loan lenders. In this article we would like to review the company's student debt products and provide some information in regards to the products they offer.
Federal Student Loan Basics: Subsidized vs. Unsubsidized Loans
With the cost of college tuition increasing each year and incomes not increasing at the same rate, many people are forced to take out student loans in order to be able to afford their college tuition. One of the most common types of loans available today are federal loans. However, there are different kinds of […]
This post was written by Yahya Mokhtarzada (@yahyamokh), mentor at 500 Startups and CEO at Truebill.Student loan debt is at an all-time high with $1.2 trillion owed in the United States. According to recent studies, 69% of college graduates are under the burden of student loans, up 5% from less than a decade ago. Not […]
Looking for the safest college towns in America? LendEDU looked at data to determine the safest college towns in the US so you - and your student - can feel safe and secure in their decision to attend college. https://lendedu.com/blog/safest-college-towns
SoFi’s Student Loan Refinancing is Saving This Grad Over $13k
But not all students and families are blessed with perfect credit. What about student loans for people with bad credit? At LendEDU, we get plenty of individuals looking for student loans with bad credit. You should know that there are student loan options available for people with bad credit.
Millennials | Personal Finance | College - thinking about holding a job during college? That can be a good idea, but it depends! Here's what you need to think about before having a job in college. https://lendedu.com/blog/pros-cons-holding-job-college/
Yes, you read the title right and it is possible. The amount of debt that students are taking on to graduate continues to rise each year and students graduating in 2015 will hold the highest amount of student loan debt. If you do not want the debt that comes along with a college degree, we will go over some ways you can indeed obtain your degree without having a huge bill six months after graduation.