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On account of the growing number of Americans with less-than-perfect credit, a demand has been created for lenders to offer services to less-than-perfect candidates. These lenders have constructed a way for consumers with damaged or bad credit to obtain a mortgage loan that would otherwise be out of reach. Lenders have created a way for customers with bad credit to qualify for the home loans that they deserve. Rather than being able to qualify for the low-rate prime mortgages offered by many of the larger financial institutions, these candidates are given the label subprime, and therefore, have access to subprime loan packages.

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What is a subprime loan package?

A subprime loan package is a type of mortgage package that is specifically designed for consumers with credit problems or poor credit histories. These loan packages have higher interest rates and fees attached to them to account for the fact that lenders are taking a significantly higher risk by offering credit to consumers with inconsistent credit histories. Subprime loans offer financing to customers whose credit has been continuously troublesome, but it is not recommended for consumers who have had good credit in the past, but came upon hard times and have since recovered. Rather, this is for individuals with chronic credit issues.

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How do they work?

Lenders offer subprime loans at elevated interest rates and with fees attached to the loan. Subprime customers have to pay for the privilege of borrowing from the financial institutions that are taking the risk of assuming them as customers. As a result, there is a significant amount of institutions that have been taking advantage of individuals with bad credit who are applying for subprime packages. Inflated interest rates, excessive loan fees, and other charges are arbitrarily tacked onto already expensive loan rates. When applying for subprime loans, be sure to shop extensively. Attempt to choose a lender who has a good reputation, and who is well known in the financial services industry. It may be helpful, as well, to consult individuals from the larger institutions for recommendations. Many larger companies have divisions that specialize in subprime mortgage loans, or they have companies to whom they direct customers with credit problems, and these institutions are much safer and fairer than many online or smaller institutions that advertise subprime packages. Regardless of your former credit, it is important that consumers are given the chance to prove themselves as responsible consumers, and subprime packages offer a great opportunity in which to become more financially consistent.

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