DRB Student and Personal Loans
Did you know that you can refinance a student loan just like a mortgage? DRB is an FDIC insured bank, which specializes in providing low rate loan refinancing, to young physicians. While practicing physicians have always been able to refinance, for the first time ever, medical residents and fellows can now qualify for these low rates. The best part is, house officers only have to pay $100/month all through training (residency and fellowship)!
- Some of the lowest rates in the country
- Both Federal and Private Loans are eligible
- No maximum loan balance; $5,000 minimum
- Loans are fully dischargeable at death or permanent disability
- Up to 12 months of Economic Hardship Forbearance available
- $100 monthly payments all through residency, fellowship, plus your first 6 months in practice
- Begin on standard repayment term (ranging from 5 to 20 years) once you're an attending
- The average resident owing $220,000, stands to save over $50,000 in interest accrual
- Free to apply, with no origination fees or prepayment penalties
Important! Members must apply to the link below to receive the .25% rate discount.
DRB has created a low interest rate, personal loan product that is just for physicians. You can use the loan for credit card consolidation, a vacation, home improvement, and more. As an EMRA member, you will receive a .50% rate reduction off your personal loan rate.
DRB is an FDIC insured bank, which specializes in providing low rate loans to young physicians. The DRB Personal Loan can be used for any purpose and is designed specifically with residents in mind. If you are sill in training, you only have to pay $25.00 per month toward the loan.
Other benefits include:
- No origination or application fees
- No prepayment fees
- Request up to $80,000 if you are in practice or have a contract to practice
- Repayment terms up to 7 years
- Other borrowing limits are:
- Match Letter or PG1 - $30,000
- PG2 - $35,000
- PG3 - $40,000
- PG4 - $45,000
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