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Definitely, you can easily avail student loans without any cosigner with the help of various types of student loans programs available online. You don't have to be employed in order to get student loans. If you don't have any job then it doesn't matter even then you can get this loan. If you search online you will find various types of private lenders like Sallie Mae, Chase, Wells Fargo etc who offers loans to students without any cosigner. So, you can contact any of them and can get private student loans no cosigner.
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Answer SallieMae.com offers loans to sophomore or higher college students with out a cosigner.
Can the cosigner of a student loan be removed from the loan after the student finishes college and has a job and the ability to repay on his own?
No, a co-signer is legally and equally obligated until the loan is paid in full or until the loan is refinanced w/o the original co-signer being a party to the action.
Answer You can co-sign on as many transactions as you feel like..Remember..Every time you co-sign on a loan, it will appear on your credit report..AND..If …the person you co-signed for does not pay, you are responsible..Under normal circumstances, creditors asking for a co-signer know that the odds are close to 75% that you will end up making some of the payments.
Yes if you are a US Citizen you may get a loan without a cosigner. However, your % will be higher in terms of interest. As a result it is best to have a cosigner.
No, for the majority of student loans available in the United States you will not need a cosigner. However, for private loans, you will need a cosigner.
If the cosigner on a student loan files bankruptcy is he still liable for the student loan he cosigned?
Answer bankruptcies do not wipe out student loans by federal law, unless you can prove extreme inablilty to repay them
Answer If you are looking for a loan and do not want a cosigner, you should probably rethink your situation. By saying you do not want a cosigner, you are hinti…ng that you do not want your gaurdians to find out about this loan. If you are infact trying to hide this loan from them, you are probably trying to hide it because you are going to use the money for something you dont want them to know about. Now, lets say you got a DWI and dont want your gaurdians to find out about it. So, you think you can get a loan and take care of it without them knowing. This is possible, but Im not sure it is worth it. If you did indeed find a student loan in which you did not need a cosigner, your interest rate would be insanely high. With a cosigner, you're looking at 9.5-10.5%. That is already high. My advice... Get a job or tell your gaurdians (who will probably make you pay for it anyway but could atleast co-sign). If you did not do anything bad and want money to do something bad, think about how much it is really going to cost you. For example, if you take $2000 to go party, shop, travel, or whatever, after four years at a 12% interest rate, that $2000 you spent is going to cost you over $3000 to pay back. And you can try and justify it (because afterall, you will be making sooooo much money after college
When you cosign on a loan, you are liable for payment of that loan if the other person does not make payments. Any late payments and other negatives will be reflected on… your credit report. The debt will be included in your debt-to-income ratio. If the person makes all payments on time, it could actually help your credit score. Usually, it's the other way around, though. Bottom line: as a cosigner, you are treated as a signer.
Although it is very difficult to get loan without cosigner. Majority of the students don't apply because they don't have any cosigner. But now a day many organization are help…ing such student who don't have any cosigner. You can apply for such loan that not required cosigner. These loans called no cosigner student loans. You can find a detailed procedure through link that is in "Related Links"
Answer no you do have to have a cosigner with good credit in order to get a student loan.
You do not need a co-signer for Federal student loans, so be sure to fill out the FAFSA form! == For private student loans, you will need a good credit history…, along with other lender-specific eligibility requirements, such as school attendance status, minimum current income levels, etc. If you cannot meet those requirements, then you will need a co-signer who can meet those requirements. A co-signer doesn't have to be a parent; it can be your grandparents, friends, etc. ; anyone willing to be a co-signer for you. Bear in mind that your co-signer will be released from this obligation anywhere from 36-48 months after the loan is disbursed. Compared to federal student loans, private student loans typically have slightly higher interest rates. However, the interest rates on private student loans can be lower than conventional credit products such as personal loans, credit cards and even home equity loans. == If you've exhausted the options listed above, then try perhaps a home equity line of credit, whether it's yours or someone you know who's willing use their home as collateral. This, along with credit cards, are borrowing options of last resort. Good luck.
Some student loans to have the option of cosigner removal. Those that have the option generally will do it if: 1) 2-4 years of consecutive, on-time payments have been made…, AND 2) the student/main borrower now meets the credit criteria for the loan on their own.
Go to salliemae.com and that will give you all the info. you need.
The rising costs of college tuition have made it almost a necessity to apply for a student loan today. Students not only have tuition costs, but the cost of books, meals, gas,… cell phones, recreation, etc. The variety of student loans enables students to take care of their varying college expenses. A student loan however, is a loan that must be repaid under specified circumstances.
Yes, although most college financial experts recommend this as the last resort to figuring out how to finance your college education. Hopefully before turning to a private stu…dent loan from a bank, you have applied for as many scholarships you can and have maxed out the allowance from the federal student loan programs, as both of these options are better for your long-term finances.
Sue them, you have already taken pitty on them, so if they dont show signs of paying ( take your warning) sue them