is a world-leading consumer product review site. We provide detailed reviews and ratings for thousands of products and services.


Go To Reviews >

Debt Consolidation in North Dakota

North Dakota typically ranks well across many dimensions of consumer debt. For example, when considering home foreclosures, North Dakota has one of the lowest overall rates in the country, with a miniscule one in every 108,237 homes in foreclosure. Even in Stutsman County, the region with the highest rate of foreclosure, there is only one home out of every 9936 in a state of foreclosure. These low foreclosure rates are in spite of the state having a median sales price of $172,525, higher than the national average.

In North Dakota, the average credit card balance held by an individual is $4,188.69, which puts the state in 41st place. Similarly, when looking at lowest rates of personal debt in America, North Dakota is 23rd; only 5% of credit holders have past due debt. Of those credit holders, 19.2% have debt in collections, with an average amount of $5,265. Debt consolidation is one way that residents manage those debts in collections before financial challenges move beyond their control.

North Dakota tends to have the lowest rate of auto loan delinquency in the nation, with only 0.56% of all auto loan payments being paid late. Using Debt Consolidation to reduce the number of lenders, including auto lenders is one way to manage monthly payments.

Individual bankruptcy rates are also low in North Dakota. In a typical year, less than 1,600 residents file for bankruptcy at a rate of 2.47 people filing out of every 1000 members of the state population. Debt consolidation agencies help individuals avoid filing for bankruptcy, possibly helping the state achieve its 46th place ranking with low bankruptcy filing rates.

Student loan debt in North Dakota can vary widely depending on the institution of higher learning. For instance, the proportion of students graduating with debt from Dickinson State University is 65%, but that jumps to 91% at Mayville State.


Go To Reviews >

Debt Consolidation In The News

Student loan borrowers seek class status in lawsuit over debt relief

Borrowers accusing student loan servicer Navient of falsely telling them their loans were eligible for a debt relief program for public service workers have asked a federal judge in Tampa to certify t...

Published:  Mon, 17 Dec 2018 14:55:00 GMT

Who wants to be crippled by student debt

This is not the only competition that embraces the theme of graduate debt relief. It is now increasingly cropping up off the screens too, in the world of finance. Fifth Third Bank, headquartered ...

Published:  Mon, 17 Dec 2018 21:00:00 GMT

Assam approves Rs 600 cr farm loan waiver

The waiver will be for all the loans taken through Kisan Credit Card (KCC) and from PSU banks, he said. The government has also sanctioned an interest relief scheme which will enable around 19 lakh fa...

Published:  Tue, 18 Dec 2018 03:20:00 GMT

Buffalo firm helps national nonprofit pay off medical debt

Western New Yorkers are among those who have benefited already: Locally, the program has meant relief for 58 individuals who had $65,000 in debt wiped out. That came directly through the efforts of a ...

Published:  Mon, 17 Dec 2018 03:02:00 GMT

Obama-era rule leads to $150M in student loan forgiveness

The students are eligible for loan relief under an Obama-era rule that was intended to make it easier for defrauded students to get their loans cleared. Part of the rule granted automatic loan forgive...

Published:  Mon, 17 Dec 2018 04:10:00 GMT

Major Debt Buyer Reaches Settlement With 42 States and the District of Columbia

The company must also credit the outstanding judgment balances of certain customers, reducing or eliminating entirely their debt balances, which will likely total tens of millions of dollars in consum...

Published:  Mon, 17 Dec 2018 10:52:00 GMT

- View Full Site -