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HJS Recovery – financial solutions for individuals – FREE expert advice for debt consolidation

Are you finding that your debts are becoming unmanageable and affecting your personal life? Do you feel isolated and unsure where to turn for advice? HJS Recovery can help you get back on track.

The team at HJS Recovery have helped many individuals to successfully consolidate their debt and move forward. Whatever your circumstances, let us help you. contact us today on 0800 0141 130


What is Debt Consolidation?

Debt consolidation is a form of debt refinancing, where you take one larger loan to pay off a number of smaller debts. The aim is to pay less on one loan each month without increasing your overall level of debt.

Cheaper repayments come from switching expensive loans like store cards with cheaper secured personal borrowing or extending the term of the loan.

Who should consider debt consolidation?

Debt consolidation loans are for borrowers feeling the squeeze from higher living costs, but who still have enough money to pay the bills without regularly missing payments.

If you are looking to free up some cash and make your repayments more affordable, then consolidating debt is for you if:

  • You have a good credit history without recent missed payments, defaults or court judgments
  • You work and have a regular monthly income that covers your repayments
  • You own your own home and have equity to cover the refinance or consolidation

It’s unlikely you can consider an unsecured debt consolidation loan if you are a tenant and do not own your home – but other options may be available. Get in touch to discuss alternatives. 


Benefits of debt consolidation

If your finances are under stress, debt consolidation can ease your worries and free up some extra money each month by shaving a few pounds off payments to each creditor.

You can bundle up expensive store cards and personal loans and pay them off while borrowing at a cheaper rate.

Consolidating debts helps with budgeting, as a single payment goes out every month on a regular date, rather than a number of smaller payments that can be hard to track.

Some points to consider

Debt consolidation is a useful and effective money management tool for many – but don’t forget the drawbacks:

  • Your home is at risk of repossession if you do not keep up the repayments on secured loans
  • Increasing the term without decreasing the loan amount will probably mean you pay more interest over the life of the loan
  • You may have to pay an arrangement fee for setting up the loan
  • Consolidating debts is a finite solution if you keep borrowing and refinancing, because sooner or later you will run out of equity in your home, which will leave you saddled with expensive debt

Other debt solutions

If you have already taken out a debt consolidation loan but borrowed on your cards again and can’t comfortably meet the repayments, you have probably reached the end of the road of refinancing to keep your head above water.

There are other solutions available that may be your better option.  Now is the time to speak with a professional adviser like, HJS Recovery, who will take a realistic view of your finances and explain the different solutions and how they will affect you.

It’s a good idea to consider taking independent advice from an expert before taking out a debt consolidation loan, because refinancing may reduce your options.

Call now on 0800 0141 130 for a confidential discussion about your circumstances and how HJS Recovery can help you get back on track.

Contact HJS Recovery to learn more

Call now on 0800 0141 130 for a confidential discussion about your circumstances and how HJS Recovery can help you get back on track.

Contact us today for FREE to learn more about how we can help you and your business.

We have a team of advisers who have helped hundreds of businesses around the UK that have faced financial pressures on every scale. You are not alone.

Call us free and in confidence on 0800 0141 130 and together we will sort things out.