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At Durga Finvest, we understand that financial support is essential to realizing your dreams and ambitions.
Our Subsidized Loans are designed to make your aspirations more attainable by offering a unique advantage—subsidized interest rates. In this guide, we’ll explore what Subsidized Loans are and the requirements for accessing this powerful financial tool.
A Subsidized Loan is a financial solution that provides borrowers with significant interest cost relief. These loans are characterised by a portion of the interest being covered during the loan period, typically by the government or another subsidising entity. This feature helps reduce the overall cost of borrowing, making it an attractive choice for individuals seeking financial assistance.
What is a Subsidized Loan?
subsidised interest are accessible to those who need them most. These requirements include:
Why Durga Finvest for Subsidized Loans?
Choosing Durga Finvest for your Subsidized Loans comes with a range of benefits
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A subsidized loan is a type of federal student loan where the government pays the interest while you are in school at least half-time, during the grace period, and during deferment periods.
Subsidized loans are typically need-based, so eligibility is determined by your financial need, as calculated through the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
To apply for subsidized loans, you need to submit the FAFSA. Your school’s financial aid office will determine your eligibility and offer you a financial aid package.
Yes, there is a maximum annual and aggregate (lifetime) limit on subsidized loans, which can vary depending on your academic level (e.g., undergraduate or graduate) and other factors.
While you’re in school at least half-time and during certain other periods, the government pays the interest on subsidized loans. However, interest will accrue during other periods, such as the repayment period.