A new site offering refinancing for mortgage and credit card debt has launched in Norway as an attempt to help people who have become debt stricken with the recent downturn in the economy.
Refinansiering focuses on the refinancing of mortgages and credit card debt for people in Norway. The experts are personable and will help customers to discover all of the options available to them when it comes to refinancing their debt. Many people are under water on their mortgages and the amount of people with huge amounts of credit card debt is very high. Refinansiering focuses on solutions for these issues.
“The amount of people who have a mortgage or some sort of credit card debt is considerable,” states Mark Alstad, a refinance expert at Refinansiering, “We are here to help those people consolidate and refinance their debt so that their financial burden does not inhibit other areas of their lives.”
Interest rates for mortgages are decreasing so it possible for many people to refinance their mortgage loans and as a result have a lower monthly payment. Refinansiering’s new site will help people to do just that.
Refinansiering also offers fast cash loans to those who may immediately need money for large purchases, medical bills, or other reasons. Information about these fast cash loans can be found at http://www.refinansiering.no.com/trenger-du-forbrukslan.
To find out more information about the new site, visit http://www.refinansiering.no.com/