A New Way to Refinance Student Loan Debt

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ASAPMortgage4u.com allows you to apply for refinance both your home mortgage and your student loan debt

Kristi Sayles was looking for a way to lower both her home mortgage interest rate and her student loan debt when she asked a loan officer a question...

"Can I combine my student loan debt with my home mortgage loan refinancing?"

The answer was "yes."

Kristi's student loan debt was enormous and growing due to the high 8% interest rate. She lowered it by a small percent by allowing the loan company to deduct her payments electronically from her checking account each month, but the debt kept growing.

She didn't qualify for any of the forgiveness plans and didn't want to add more problems by deferment-which would add to her final debt.

So, Kristi and her husband worked with the loan officer to refinance their home and the student loan debt. The results were that the couple saved thousands of dollars!

LowRateApprovals.com (now asapmortgage4u.com also) began operating in November of 2003 as premier mortgage marketing and lead generation affiliate company. Since then, they have grown by adding additional useful services for their customers.

They now offer a wide range of services online that include...

  • loan modification
  • stopping foreclosure
  • refinancing (even without perfect credit)
  • lowering payments
  • combining student loan debt with home loans to take

advantage of the lower interest rates available

To use the site, simply go http://asapmortgage4u.com and fill out the short form.

Kristi says, "Be prepared to answer the telephone, because you will have several lenders calling you with offers. Some will be better than others. Take the best one." Kristi added, "I am so impressed with the company, that I have become an independent advertising agent for them. I feel good about helping others the way this company helped me."

Contact info:
Kristi Sayles
Independent Advertising Agent


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