The Federal Student Aid (FSA) program allows students to get federal loans.
The loan you apply for is based on your household income, your family’s income and the amount of debt you have accumulated during the year.
You’ll have to pay taxes on the loan amount and the interest it pays.
For most students, the cost of the loan will be $2,500.
However, there are exceptions.
For example, some students qualify for a Stafford or Perkins Loan that has a $3,000 interest rate.
You may also qualify for an Early Relief Loan, which can be paid in full at any time, but has a 10% interest rate and costs $1,500 annually.
Students in need of a mortgage can apply for a federal student loan with Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac.
You can get a federal loan with a Federal Perkins Loan, a Stafford Loan, or a Federal Housing Loan, and if you qualify, you’ll get a reduced interest rate on the first $50,000 of your loan.
But the cost can be quite expensive.
Here’s how to apply for an FHA loan with an Fannie Mac or Freddie Macintosh loan: Find out if you’re eligible for a loan with Federal Perkins Loans.