TYPES OF INTEREST RATES
5, 7, 10, 15, and 20 years
Fixed and Variable
As low as 2.24%*
CommonBond student loan refinancing has emerged as an option for graduate and undergraduate students to reduce their interest rates. If you meet their initial qualifications, CommonBond student loan refinancing has broad product offerings and competitive rates. CommonBond has the most unique and forward social mission and community approach across refinancing lenders. If you are worried about losing federal benefits, CommonBond has you covered.
High Balance Borrowers: Refinance up to $500,000, borrowers must have at least a $3,500 loan balance
Loan Qualifications: Refinance federal, private, and ParentPLUS loans
School Eligibility: Available to both undergraduate and graduate degree holders from over 2,000 colleges and universities nationwide
3.18 – 5.56%
3.85 - 6.29%
3.56 – 5.88%
*APRs include auto pay discounts where available
** The variable rate is your margin + 1-month LIBOR is at the time
3.79 – 6.18%
3.37 – 5.99%
4.61 – 7.00%
Rates start out fixed (5 years) and then switch to variable (last 5 years)
5.12 – 7.49%
5.37 – 7.74%
3.18 - 6.50%**
Rates valid as of January 1, 2017
2.32 – 5.18%
2.68 – 5.31%
4.00 – 6.49%
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