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Refinancing a loan
It is quite common for a borrower's situation or market conditions to change during the repayment term of a loan. In addition, the high spending limits on credit cards mean that you may quickly accumulate a significant amount on which you will have to pay unnecessarily high interest until the debt is fully paid off. If this is the case, shop around to see if a cheaper personal loan is available.
Find out quickly and easily with the Comparis loan refinancing calculator how much you could save by switching to a cheaper loan. Refinancing a loan is possible any time.
It's worth having the terms of your loan checked – you could save up to CHF 1,600. With a personal, no-obligation comparison from comparis.ch, you can find out whether your loan is available at lower rates and whether it's worth refinancing. Each bank defines its own specific lending criteria. Your personal situation determines which bank will lend you money under what conditions and at what rates. Apply now with no obligation and let us calculate how much you could save.
According to the Consumer Credit Act (KKG), borrowers must be able to cancel and pay off their loans at any time and without charge. This regulation means that any loan can be refinanced by being transferred to another bank. The banks regulate this process themselves. The new bank transfers the previous amount that has not yet been paid off. But please note: When refinancing a loan, most lenders will ask for a final statement from the previous bank. Some lenders will charge a fee for this statement.