How To Get Out Of Default On A Student Loan

http://www.obamastudentloanforgiveness.net For the debt forgiveness program to work, hes going to need to keep making payments for 10 years and continue working in public service. The hope obviously is that the program will still be there, said Nelson, who pays about $400 a month in student loans and expects to save five figures with loan forgiveness. Sign up a repayment plan Tyler Shelton, 23, who just started graduate school for urban planning at Wayne State University, said he had never even heard of loan forgiveness programs. But if it works, he might consider it as an option to deal with what could end up as much as $50,000 in student loan debt. Students need to follow specific rules to make this work, too.
Source: http://www.freep.com/article/20130912/COL07/309120006/1002/RSS02

2. Consolidation. Assuming that repayment is not an option, you could look into obtaining a direct consolidation student loan from the Department of Education. Your new loan would pay off your old, defaulted loan, and you can enter federal repayment assistance programs, including Pay as You Earn and Income Contingent Repayment, which make the monthly amount owed much more affordable. 3. Rehabilitation.
Source: http://www.chicagotribune.com/business/sns-201309101900–tms–savingsgctnzy-a20130910-20130910,0,2500170.story

Part of the reason private education lending is so diminished today is that banks have had to clean up their act.Before the financial crisis, banks were happy to pump out loans to undergradsen masse with little regard for credit standards, subprime style . The CFPB estimates that in 2008, they issued $20 billion worth.Since the crash, they’ve drastically tightened up their lending standards,and the flow of loans has slowed to a drip. If there ever was a bubble in private student lending, it’s already burst. But there’s also a greater point here. For the most part, it’s not helpful to think of student lending, circa 2013, in terms of bubbles at all. Rather, as Chadwick Matlin has put it at Reuters, it’s more of an anvil weighing on a large but discrete group of very unfortunate borrowers.
Source: http://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2013/09/no-the-student-loan-crisis-is-not-a-bubble/279398/

A student loan without a lifetime’s indentured servitude

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Source: http://www.cnbc.com/id/101011930

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