Debt consolidation is an option where you pick a reputable bank or mortgage company, and they roll your debt into your home mortgage or a consolidation loan (If this option is available to you). This process will eliminate collection calls, may lower your monthly payments, and may reduce your interest rates. However, it may end up costing you more over time. There are costs to refinancing, and it is harder to get approved in today’s market, particularly if you are delinquent on your debt or your debt to income ratios are too high. Don’t forget, if you refinance all your debts into your home, you are not getting rid of the debt. Instead, you are moving it from one type of debt into another, and you will pay on it for the next 15 to 30 years, which can equal tens of thousands of dollars in interest paid.


If you are seeking debt relief, select a method that will eliminate the debt, not necessarily move it from one place to another with the cost of a refinance or consolidation loan. Consider using MPowering America to assist you in choosing the debt elimination strategy that is right for you based on your unique situation.