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We all make purchases on credit cards, or take a loan out for vehicles, home improvements, and vacations. A big purchase here, a home project there and pretty soon we have multiple payments for different debts all at different interest rates. These can add up and put a serious dent into your monthly finances. A Consolidation Loan is a possible solution. By rolling several individual debts into one loan, you could REALLY simplify your life and save money every month.
ONE MONTHLY PAYMENT - ONE LOW RATE - ALL IN ONE LOAN!
There are many options on how you can consolidate your debt, depending on your situation.
If you are a homeowner, you might have equity in your home. This opens the door to Home Equity loans.
Not all of us can afford to buy a home, but there are still consolidation options:
Talk to a Space Age Representative TODAY to learn what is YOUR best Consolidation Loan option.
Call 303-369-7666 or 1-800-666-6928.
*APR = Annual Percentage Rate. Rates are subject to change and based on individual credit worthiness. Space Age Classic VISA® Rates have a fixed APR, VISA® Gold is the Prime Rate + 3.25% and VISA® Platinum is equal to the current Prime Rate. Prime Rate is based on the Wall Street Journal Prime Rate as of the last day of the prior month. Rates are subject to change. Interest on a HELOC is calculated at a variable periodic rate based on the Wall Street Journal Prime Rate as of the last day of the prior month, and applied to the daily principal balance. The periodic rate may change on the first day of the month following a change in the Wall Street Journal Prime Rate. Contact the credit union for further details. First Place Second Mortgage loans are only valid for Primary Residence. Loans with a Loan To Value of greater than 80% or for loans greater than $250,000 add an additional 1% to APR. Maximum term up to 25 years. Space Age may require an escrow account, in this event .25% will be added to the approved rate. Consult your tax-advisor to determine if your First Place Second Mortgage interest qualifies to be tax deductible.