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These private student loans are for undergraduate students in 4- or 5-year degree programs. Learn More
VARIABLE RATE AS LOW AS | FIXED RATE AS LOW AS | IN-SCHOOL PAYMENTS REQUIRED | FEES | REWARDS FOR GOOD GRADES | 0.25% AUTO DEBIT REWARD | ||
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Deferred Payment | 3-Month LIBOR + 2.62% (currently 2.99% APR) | 6.15% | No | Zero | Yes | Yes | |
In-School Payment | 3-Month LIBOR + 2.62% (currently 2.99% APR) | 6.15% | Yes ($25 monthly) | Zero | Yes | Yes |
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Discover Undergraduate Loans
For the range of interest rates effective on new applications as of July 8, 2015
- The following examples depict the APR, monthly payment and total payments during the life of a $10,000 private loan with a single disbursement.
- For variable rate loans, the 3-Month LIBOR is currently 0.375% and may change quarterly. This may cause the monthly payment to increase, the number of payments to increase or both.
- Your actual interest rate may be different than the rates in these examples and will be based on your credit history, which repayment option you choose and other factors, including your cosigner's (if any) credit history.
- The deferment period is an example of the number of months a student is not required to make any payments of principal or interest, unless a student elects, during the application process, to make $25 in-school, fixed payments. It includes the amount of time the student is enrolled in school at least half-time and a grace period. The repayment period is the number of months over which the loan will be repaid.
- Interest rates and APR examples are rounded up to the nearest hundredth of one percent.
There are two examples represented below.
- The Deferred Payment examples assume no payments are made during the deferment period. Although you are not required to make payments until your loan enters repayment, you can make payments ahead of schedule at any time without penalty. By making payments ahead of schedule, you can reduce the total cost of your loan.
- The In-School Payment examples assume you elected, during the application process, to make fixed payments of $25 each month while you are in-school and during your grace period. By selecting this option, you can reduce the amount of accrued interest capitalized when you finish your in-school and grace periods, thereby reducing the total cost of your loan.
Assuming you have
4 years
of school remaining, and starting balance of $10,000
Print APR ExampleDEFERMENT PERIOD (45 MONTHS in school + 6 MONTHS grace) |
INTEREST RATE | REPAYMENT (180 MONTHS of equal payments) |
LIFE OF LOAN (231 MONTHS) |
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Repayment Option | Type | Range | Monthly Payment | Total Payments | APR |
DEFERRED PAYMENT ($0 monthly) | Variable Rate | Lowest Starting Rate = 2.99% (3-Month LIBOR + 2.62%) | $77.78 | $13,999 | 2.92% |
Highest Starting Rate = 9.12% (3-Month LIBOR + 8.49%) | $141.64 | $25,494 | 8.53% | ||
Fixed Rate | Lowest Rate = 6.15% | $107.45 | $19,341 | 5.88% | |
Highest Rate = 11.99% | $181.03 | $32,584 | 10.99% | ||
IN-SCHOOL PAYMENT ($25 monthly) | Variable Rate | Lowest Starting Rate = 2.99% (3-Month LIBOR + 2.62%) | $69.15 | $13,696 | 2.99% |
Highest Starting Rate = 9.12% (3-Month LIBOR + 8.74%) | $128.88 | $24,446 | 8.68% | ||
Fixed Rate | Lowest Rate = 6.15% | $96.80 | $18,674 | 5.99% | |
Highest Rate = 11.99% | $166.04 | $31,134 | 11.18% |
These private student loans are for other graduate students, including masters and doctoral candidates. Learn More
VARIABLE RATE AS LOW AS | FIXED RATE AS LOW AS | IN-SCHOOL PAYMENTS REQUIRED | FEES | REWARDS FOR GOOD GRADES | 0.25% AUTO DEBIT REWARD | ||
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Deferred Payment | 3-Month LIBOR + 2.62% (currently 2.99% APR) | 6.15% | No | Zero | Yes | Yes | |
In-School Payment | 3-Month LIBOR + 2.62% (currently 2.99% APR) | 6.15% | Yes ($25 monthly) | Zero | Yes | Yes |
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Discover Graduate Loans
For the range of interest rates effective on new applications as of July 8, 2015
- The following examples depict the APR, monthly payment and total payments during the life of a $10,000 private loan with a single disbursement.
- For variable rate loans, the 3-Month LIBOR is currently 0.375% and may change quarterly. This may cause the monthly payment to increase, the number of payments to increase or both.
- Your actual interest rate may be different than the rates in these examples and will be based on your credit history, which repayment option you choose and other factors, including your cosigner's (if any) credit history.
- The deferment period is an example of the number of months a student is not required to make any payments of principal or interest, unless a student elects, during the application process, to make $25 in-school, fixed payments. It includes the amount of time the student is enrolled in school at least half-time and a grace period. The repayment period is the number of months over which the loan will be repaid.
- Interest rates and APR examples are rounded up to the nearest hundredth of one percent.
There are two examples represented below.
- The Deferred Payment examples assume no payments are made during the deferment period. Although you are not required to make payments until your loan enters repayment, you can make payments ahead of schedule at any time without penalty. By making payments ahead of schedule, you can reduce the total cost of your loan.
- The In-School Payment examples assume you elected, during the application process, to make fixed payments of $25 each month while you are in-school and during your grace period. By selecting this option, you can reduce the amount of accrued interest capitalized when you finish your in-school and grace periods, thereby reducing the total cost of your loan.
Assuming you have
2 years
of school remaining, and starting balance of $10,000
Print APR ExampleDEFERMENT PERIOD (21 MONTHS in school + 9 MONTHS grace) |
INTEREST RATE | REPAYMENT (240 MONTHS of equal payments) |
LIFE OF LOAN (270 MONTHS) |
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Repayment Option | Type | Range | Monthly Payment | Total Payments | APR |
DEFERRED PAYMENT ($0 monthly) | Variable Rate | Lowest Starting Rate = 2.99% (3-Month LIBOR + 2.62%) | $59.55 | $14,290 | 2.96% |
Highest Starting Rate = 8.62% (3-Month LIBOR + 8.24%) | $106.33 | $25,518 | 8.41% | ||
Fixed Rate | Lowest Rate = 6.15% | $83.65 | $20,072 | 6.04% | |
Highest Rate = 11.24% | $134.28 | $32,221 | 10.87% | ||
IN-SCHOOL PAYMENT ($25 monthly) | Variable Rate | Lowest Starting Rate = 2.99% (3-Month LIBOR + 2.62%) | $55.53 | $14,051 | 2.99% |
Highest Starting Rate = 8.62% (3-Month LIBOR + 8.24%) | $99.99 | $24,719 | 8.47% | ||
Fixed Rate | Lowest Rate = 6.15% | $78.39 | $19,536 | 6.09% | |
Highest Rate = 11.24% | $126.68 | $31,121 | 10.95% |
These private student loans are for MBA and other graduate students in business school. Learn More
VARIABLE RATE AS LOW AS | FIXED RATE AS LOW AS | IN-SCHOOL PAYMENTS REQUIRED | FEES | REWARDS FOR GOOD GRADES | 0.25% AUTO DEBIT REWARD | ||
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Deferred Payment | 3-Month LIBOR + 2.62% (currently 2.99% APR) | 6.15% | No | Zero | Yes | Yes | |
In-School Payment | 3-Month LIBOR + 2.62% (currently 2.99% APR) | 6.15% | Yes ($25 monthly) | Zero | Yes | Yes |
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Discover MBA Loans
For the range of interest rates effective on new applications as of July 8, 2015
- The following examples depict the APR, monthly payment and total payments during the life of a $10,000 private loan with a single disbursement.
- For variable rate loans, the 3-Month LIBOR is currently 0.375% and may change quarterly. This may cause the monthly payment to increase, the number of payments to increase or both.
- Your actual interest rate may be different than the rates in these examples and will be based on your credit history, which repayment option you choose and other factors, including your cosigner's (if any) credit history.
- The deferment period is an example of the number of months a student is not required to make any payments of principal or interest, unless a student elects, during the application process, to make $25 in-school, fixed payments. It includes the amount of time the student is enrolled in school at least half-time and a grace period. The repayment period is the number of months over which the loan will be repaid.
- Interest rates and APR examples are rounded up to the nearest hundredth of one percent.
There are two examples represented below.
- The Deferred Payment examples assume no payments are made during the deferment period. Although you are not required to make payments until your loan enters repayment, you can make payments ahead of schedule at any time without penalty. By making payments ahead of schedule, you can reduce the total cost of your loan.
- The In-School Payment examples assume you elected, during the application process, to make fixed payments of $25 each month while you are in-school and during your grace period. By selecting this option, you can reduce the amount of accrued interest capitalized when you finish your in-school and grace periods, thereby reducing the total cost of your loan.
Assuming you have
2 years
of school remaining, and starting balance of $10,000
Print APR ExampleDEFERMENT PERIOD (21 MONTHS in school + 9 MONTHS grace) |
INTEREST RATE | REPAYMENT (240 MONTHS of equal payments) |
LIFE OF LOAN (270 MONTHS) |
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Repayment Option | Type | Range | Monthly Payment | Total Payments | APR |
DEFERRED PAYMENT ($0 monthly) | Variable Rate | Lowest Starting Rate = 2.99% (3-Month LIBOR + 2.62%) | $59.55 | $14,290 | 2.96% |
Highest Starting Rate = 7.62% (3-Month LIBOR + 7.24%) | $96.71 | $23,210 | 7.45% | ||
Fixed Rate | Lowest Rate = 6.15% | $83.65 | $20,072 | 6.04% | |
Highest Rate = 9.99% | $120.49 | $28,911 | 9.70% | ||
IN-SCHOOL PAYMENT ($25 monthly) | Variable Rate | Lowest Starting Rate = 2.99% (3-Month LIBOR + 2.62%) | $55.53 | $14,051 | 2.99% |
Highest Starting Rate = 7.62% (3-Month LIBOR + 7.24%) | $90.82 | $22,520 | 7.51% | ||
Fixed Rate | Lowest Rate = 6.15% | $78.39 | $19,536 | 6.09% | |
Highest Rate = 9.99% | $113.49 | $27,962 | 9.78% |
These private student loans are for graduate students in health profession programs. Learn More
VARIABLE RATE AS LOW AS | FIXED RATE AS LOW AS | IN-SCHOOL PAYMENTS REQUIRED | FEES | REWARDS FOR GOOD GRADES | 0.25% AUTO DEBIT REWARD | ||
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Deferred Payment | 3-Month LIBOR + 2.62% (currently 2.99% APR) | 6.15% | No | Zero | Yes | Yes | |
In-School Payment | 3-Month LIBOR + 2.62% (currently 2.99% APR) | 6.15% | Yes ($25 monthly) | Zero | Yes | Yes |
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Discover Health Professions Loans
For the range of interest rates effective on new applications as of July 8, 2015
- The following examples depict the APR, monthly payment and total payments during the life of a $10,000 private loan with a single disbursement.
- For variable rate loans, the 3-Month LIBOR is currently 0.375% and may change quarterly. This may cause the monthly payment to increase, the number of payments to increase or both.
- Your actual interest rate may be different than the rates in these examples and will be based on your credit history, which repayment option you choose and other factors, including your cosigner's (if any) credit history.
- The deferment period is an example of the number of months a student is not required to make any payments of principal or interest, unless a student elects, during the application process, to make $25 in-school, fixed payments. It includes the amount of time the student is enrolled in school at least half-time and a grace period. The repayment period is the number of months over which the loan will be repaid.
- Interest rates and APR examples are rounded up to the nearest hundredth of one percent.
There are two examples represented below.
- The Deferred Payment examples assume no payments are made during the deferment period. Although you are not required to make payments until your loan enters repayment, you can make payments ahead of schedule at any time without penalty. By making payments ahead of schedule, you can reduce the total cost of your loan.
- The In-School Payment examples assume you elected, during the application process, to make fixed payments of $25 each month while you are in-school and during your grace period. By selecting this option, you can reduce the amount of accrued interest capitalized when you finish your in-school and grace periods, thereby reducing the total cost of your loan.
Assuming you have
2 years
of school remaining, and starting balance of $10,000
Print APR ExampleDEFERMENT PERIOD (21 MONTHS in school + 9 MONTHS grace) |
INTEREST RATE | REPAYMENT (240 MONTHS of equal payments) |
LIFE OF LOAN (270 MONTHS) |
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Repayment Option | Type | Range | Monthly Payment | Total Payments | APR |
DEFERRED PAYMENT ($0 monthly) | Variable Rate | Lowest Starting Rate = 2.99% (3-Month LIBOR + 2.62%) | $59.55 | $14,290 | 2.96% |
Highest Starting Rate = 7.62% (3-Month LIBOR + 7.24%) | $96.71 | $23,210 | 7.45% | ||
Fixed Rate | Lowest Rate = 6.15% | $83.65 | $20,072 | 6.04% | |
Highest Rate = 9.99% | $120.49 | $28,911 | 9.70% | ||
IN-SCHOOL PAYMENT ($25 monthly) | Variable Rate | Lowest Starting Rate = 2.99% (3-Month LIBOR + 2.62%) | $55.53 | $14,051 | 2.99% |
Highest Starting Rate = 7.62% (3-Month LIBOR + 7.24%) | $90.82 | $22,520 | 7.51% | ||
Fixed Rate | Lowest Rate = 6.15% | $78.39 | $19,536 | 6.09% | |
Highest Rate = 9.99% | $113.49 | $27,962 | 9.78% |
These private student loans are for graduate students in law school. Learn More
VARIABLE RATE AS LOW AS | FIXED RATE AS LOW AS | IN-SCHOOL PAYMENTS REQUIRED | FEES | REWARDS FOR GOOD GRADES | 0.25% AUTO DEBIT REWARD | ||
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Deferred Payment | 3-Month LIBOR + 2.62% (currently 2.99% APR) | 6.15% | No | Zero | Yes | Yes | |
In-School Payment | 3-Month LIBOR + 2.62% (currently 2.99% APR) | 6.15% | Yes ($25 monthly) | Zero | Yes | Yes |
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Discover Law Loans
For the range of interest rates effective on new applications as of July 8, 2015
- The following examples depict the APR, monthly payment and total payments during the life of a $10,000 private loan with a single disbursement.
- For variable rate loans, the 3-Month LIBOR is currently 0.375% and may change quarterly. This may cause the monthly payment to increase, the number of payments to increase or both.
- Your actual interest rate may be different than the rates in these examples and will be based on your credit history, which repayment option you choose and other factors, including your cosigner's (if any) credit history.
- The deferment period is an example of the number of months a student is not required to make any payments of principal or interest, unless a student elects, during the application process, to make $25 in-school, fixed payments. It includes the amount of time the student is enrolled in school at least half-time and a grace period. The repayment period is the number of months over which the loan will be repaid.
- Interest rates and APR examples are rounded up to the nearest hundredth of one percent.
There are two examples represented below.
- The Deferred Payment examples assume no payments are made during the deferment period. Although you are not required to make payments until your loan enters repayment, you can make payments ahead of schedule at any time without penalty. By making payments ahead of schedule, you can reduce the total cost of your loan.
- The In-School Payment examples assume you elected, during the application process, to make fixed payments of $25 each month while you are in-school and during your grace period. By selecting this option, you can reduce the amount of accrued interest capitalized when you finish your in-school and grace periods, thereby reducing the total cost of your loan.
Assuming you have
2 years
of school remaining, and starting balance of $10,000
Print APR ExampleDEFERMENT PERIOD (21 MONTHS in school + 9 MONTHS grace) |
INTEREST RATE | REPAYMENT (240 MONTHS of equal payments) |
LIFE OF LOAN (270 MONTHS) |
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Repayment Option | Type | Range | Monthly Payment | Total Payments | APR |
DEFERRED PAYMENT ($0 monthly) | Variable Rate | Lowest Starting Rate = 2.99% (3-Month LIBOR + 2.62%) | $59.55 | $14,290 | 2.96% |
Highest Starting Rate = 7.62% (3-Month LIBOR + 7.24%) | $96.71 | $23,210 | 7.45% | ||
Fixed Rate | Lowest Rate = 6.15% | $83.65 | $20,072 | 6.04% | |
Highest Rate = 9.99% | $120.49 | $28,911 | 9.70% | ||
IN-SCHOOL PAYMENT ($25 monthly) | Variable Rate | Lowest Starting Rate = 2.99% (3-Month LIBOR + 2.62%) | $55.53 | $14,051 | 2.99% |
Highest Starting Rate = 7.62% (3-Month LIBOR + 7.24%) | $90.82 | $22,520 | 7.51% | ||
Fixed Rate | Lowest Rate = 6.15% | $78.39 | $19,536 | 6.09% | |
Highest Rate = 9.99% | $113.49 | $27,962 | 9.78% |
These private student loans are for health professions students preparing for residency or internship. Learn More
VARIABLE RATE AS LOW AS | FIXED RATE AS LOW AS | IN-SCHOOL PAYMENTS REQUIRED | FEES | REWARDS FOR GOOD GRADES | 0.25% AUTO DEBIT REWARD | ||
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Deferred Payment | 3-Month LIBOR + 3.74% (currently 4.12% APR) | 6.49% | No | Zero | No | Yes | |
In-School Payment | 3-Month LIBOR + 3.74% (currently 4.12% APR) | 6.49% | Yes ($25 monthly) | Zero | No | Yes |
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Discover Residency Loans
For the range of interest rates effective on new applications as of July 8, 2015
- The following examples depict the APR, monthly payment and total payments during the life of a $10,000 private loan with a single disbursement.
- For variable rate loans, the 3-Month LIBOR is currently 0.375% and may change quarterly. This may cause the monthly payment to increase, the number of payments to increase or both.
- Your actual interest rate may be different than the rates in these examples and will be based on your credit history, which repayment option you choose and other factors, including your cosigner's (if any) credit history.
- The deferment period is an example of the number of months a student is not required to make any payments of principal or interest, unless a student elects, during the application process, to make $25 in-school, fixed payments. It includes the amount of time the student is enrolled in school at least half-time and a grace period. The repayment period is the number of months over which the loan will be repaid.
- Interest rates and APR examples are rounded up to the nearest hundredth of one percent.
There are two examples represented below.
- The Deferred Payment examples assume no payments are made during the deferment period. Although you are not required to make payments until your loan enters repayment, you can make payments ahead of schedule at any time without penalty. By making payments ahead of schedule, you can reduce the total cost of your loan.
- The In-School Payment examples assume you elected, during the application process, to make fixed payments of $25 each month while you are in-school and during your grace period. By selecting this option, you can reduce the amount of accrued interest capitalized when you finish your in-school and grace periods, thereby reducing the total cost of your loan.
Assuming you have
1 year
of school remaining, and starting balance of $10,000
Print APR ExampleDEFERMENT PERIOD (9 MONTHS in school + 9 MONTHS grace) |
INTEREST RATE | REPAYMENT (240 MONTHS of equal payments) |
LIFE OF LOAN (258 MONTHS) |
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Repayment Option | Type | Range | Monthly Payment | Total Payments | APR |
DEFERRED PAYMENT ($0 monthly) | Variable Rate | Lowest Starting Rate = 4.12% (3-Month LIBOR + 3.74%) | $64.98 | $15,594 | 4.09% |
Highest Starting Rate = 7.62% (3-Month LIBOR + 7.24%) | $90.53 | $21,727 | 7.54% | ||
Fixed Rate | Lowest Rate = 6.49% | $81.74 | $19,616 | 6.44% | |
Highest Rate = 9.99% | $110.87 | $26,602 | 9.86% | ||
IN-SCHOOL PAYMENT ($25 monthly) | Variable Rate | Lowest Starting Rate = 4.12% (3-Month LIBOR + 3.74%) | $62.38 | $15,395 | 4.11% |
Highest Starting Rate = 7.62% (3-Month LIBOR + 7.24%) | $87.08 | $21,322 | 7.57% | ||
Fixed Rate | Lowest Rate = 6.49% | $78.58 | $19,280 | 6.46% | |
Highest Rate = 9.99% | $106.77 | $26,044 | 9.90% |
These private student loans are for law students preparing for bar exams. Learn More
VARIABLE RATE AS LOW AS | FIXED RATE AS LOW AS | IN-SCHOOL PAYMENTS REQUIRED | FEES | REWARDS FOR GOOD GRADES | 0.25% AUTO DEBIT REWARD | ||
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Deferred Payment | 3-Month LIBOR + 3.74% (currently 4.12% APR) | 6.49% | No | Zero | No | Yes | |
In-School Payment | 3-Month LIBOR + 3.74% (currently 4.12% APR) | 6.49% | Yes ($25 monthly) | Zero | No | Yes |
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Discover Bar Exam Loans
For the range of interest rates effective on new applications as of July 8, 2015
- The following examples depict the APR, monthly payment and total payments during the life of a $10,000 private loan with a single disbursement.
- For variable rate loans, the 3-Month LIBOR is currently 0.375% and may change quarterly. This may cause the monthly payment to increase, the number of payments to increase or both.
- Your actual interest rate may be different than the rates in these examples and will be based on your credit history, which repayment option you choose and other factors, including your cosigner's (if any) credit history.
- The deferment period is an example of the number of months a student is not required to make any payments of principal or interest, unless a student elects, during the application process, to make $25 in-school, fixed payments. It includes the amount of time the student is enrolled in school at least half-time and a grace period. The repayment period is the number of months over which the loan will be repaid.
- Interest rates and APR examples are rounded up to the nearest hundredth of one percent.
There are two examples represented below.
- The Deferred Payment examples assume no payments are made during the deferment period. Although you are not required to make payments until your loan enters repayment, you can make payments ahead of schedule at any time without penalty. By making payments ahead of schedule, you can reduce the total cost of your loan.
- The In-School Payment examples assume you elected, during the application process, to make fixed payments of $25 each month while you are in-school and during your grace period. By selecting this option, you can reduce the amount of accrued interest capitalized when you finish your in-school and grace periods, thereby reducing the total cost of your loan.
Assuming you have
1 year
of school remaining, and starting balance of $10,000
Print APR ExampleDEFERMENT PERIOD (9 MONTHS in school + 9 MONTHS grace) |
INTEREST RATE | REPAYMENT (240 MONTHS of equal payments) |
LIFE OF LOAN (258 MONTHS) |
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Repayment Option | Type | Range | Monthly Payment | Total Payments | APR |
DEFERRED PAYMENT ($0 monthly) | Variable Rate | Lowest Starting Rate = 4.12% (3-Month LIBOR + 3.74%) | $64.98 | $15,594 | 4.09% |
Highest Starting Rate = 8.87% (3-Month LIBOR + 8.49%) | $100.94 | $24,221 | 8.77% | ||
Fixed Rate | Lowest Rate = 6.49% | $81.74 | $19,616 | 6.44% | |
Highest Rate = 11.24% | $122.51 | $29,397 | 11.08% | ||
IN-SCHOOL PAYMENT ($25 monthly) | Variable Rate | Lowest Starting Rate = 4.12% (3-Month LIBOR + 3.74%) | $62.38 | $15,395 | 4.11% |
Highest Starting Rate = 8.87% (3-Month LIBOR + 8.49%) | $97.15 | $23,739 | 8.79% | ||
Fixed Rate | Lowest Rate = 6.49% | $78.58 | $19,280 | 6.46% | |
Highest Rate = 11.24% | $118.05 | $28,755 | 11.11% |