Credit card consolidation options

There are many options that you can choose from to consolidate your credit card debt. The option you choose will be highly dependent on your credit score and how much you need to consolidate. Review the options below to make sure you take advantage of the best solution for you.

Personal Loans

Credit Requirements:
Fair to Excellent
Consolidation Amount:
Up to $35,000
APR Range:
5.99% +

Consolidation Strategy: Take out a personal loan with a lower interest than your current credit card and pay off your credit card debt with the loan. Keep in mind that you will still have a loan to pay just with a lower interest rate, so we would recommend not using credit until you are done paying off your debt.

What is a personal loan?

Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC)

Credit Requirements:
Poor to Excellent
Consolidation Amount:
$25,000 - $150,000
APR Range:
2.99% +

Consolidation Strategy: Use a home equity line of credit, or HELOC, to pay off your credit card debt in full. Since the HELOC is secured by your house, it will almost certainly give you a lower interest rate than a personal loan. However, if you do not pay back the money borrowed, there is risk for a lien on your home.

What is a HELOC?

0% APR Balance Transfer Credit Cards

Credit Requirements:
Good to Excellent
Consolidation Amount:
Up to $10,000
APR Range:
0% APR

Consolidation Strategy: Take your current credit card debt and transfer the balance to the longest 0% intro APR credit card possible. Then, make a goal to pay off the balance before the 0% APR period runs out.

Can you lower your monthly payments?

When you have many bills to pay, a credit card consolidation can really help simplify your monthly expenses. Let's compare your current bill amounts to your potential new monthly payments right now with our credit card consolidation calculator.

Loans you wish to consolidate:

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