How much could you save with a Brazos Refinance Loan?1


PLEASE NOTE: This calculator will not automatically account for the periods of zero interest and no payments that are currently being applied to Government-owned Loans. You can attempt to take the relief measures in to account when you add your current loans and interest rates. However, even with that, if you have Government-Owned Loans that you wish to refinance, this tool will most likely not provide you with accurate comparisons, costs and savings.


A Brazos Refinance Loan may help you save money or lower your monthly payments and allows you to combine multiple student loans into one easy-to-manage loan. 2
With no fees, low rates, and multiple available repayment terms, you can find a Brazos Refinance Loan to fit your budget.
Use the calculator below to compare your current student debt to our Brazos Refinance options.3

Select your credit score 4

Brazos Loan Type 5

Brazos Loan Term5


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Extending the term of your existing loan may result in a lower monthly payment, but may not save you money over the life of the loan.

It's Easy!

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Complete the pre-credit application.
The application is online and getting pre-approved takes just minutes! 7

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Once you're approved, select from the available rates and terms that fit your budget!

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Easily sign documents online and upload documents to complete the application process.

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Brazos Refinance Loan Features

Save money

Refinancing your student loans to a lower interest rate can add up to significant savings over the life of your loan.

Zero fees

No origination fees.
No prepayment penalties.
Ever.

One simple loan

Consolidate multiple federal and private student loans into one easy-to-manage loan.2

Choose your term

Customize your loan to fit your financial goals.
5, 7, 10, 15 and 20-year repayment terms available.6

Parents & cosigners

Parents can refinance their Parent Plus loans, too. Adding a cosigner with strong credit can lower your interest rate.

Approval in minutes

Save time with our quick online application.
Get pre-approved in minutes.7

Disclaimers

1. The Brazos Refinance Loan rates, terms, calculated payments, total interest, and total savings amounts are estimates only. Calculated monthly payments and total payments are based on information provided by you and assume that the interest rates remains constant throughout the life of the loans and that the loan will be repaid in equal monthly installments. Total remaining interest on your loan is an estimate of the amount of interest you will pay in the future on your existing loan, and excludes previous interest payments. This resource also assumes that you will pay continuously through the repayment period with no breaks for forbearance or prepayments. We cannot guarantee the accuracy or completeness of the information or the Refinance Calculator’s applicability to your circumstances.

The lender on the Brazos Refinance Loans is Brazos Education Lending Corporation.

2. While refinancing government loans as well as private loans may help many borrowers, federal loans have certain benefits that can help borrowers who experience financial distress some of which may include forgiveness of debt. Private loans typically don’t have the same benefits. In addition, if you refinance your government loans in to a private loan, you will lose those benefits. Everyone’s situation is different, so think carefully about refinancing your government loans and talk about it with a trusted advisor.

3. Brazos Refinance Loan current rates shown include the 0.25% Auto-Pay discount, available to borrowers who have payments automatically deducted from a bank account.

Using the Loan Calculator resource does not constitute an offer to receive a loan and will not solicit a loan offer. Any rates, terms, calculated payments and saving will depend on the actual amounts for which you are approved, should you choose to apply.

4. Credit score used is the Transunion FICO Score 8, which is based on information from TransUnion and may differ from other credit scores. FICO is a registered trademark of the Fair Isaac Corporation.

5. The tables below contain the estimated monthly payments, estimated total interest, and estimated total cost of a $10,000 loan at the median fixed and variable rates for each of the terms we offer.

Fixed Rates

Term Median APR Number of Payments Estimated Monthly Payment Estimated Total Interest Estimated Total Cost
5 Year

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60 $

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7 Year

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84 $

$

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10 Year

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120 $

$

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15 Year

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180 $

$

$

20 Year

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240 $

$

$

Variable Rates

(Variable APRs and amounts subject to increase or decrease. The Variable Rate is based on an Index of the greater of the (A) 30-Day Average SOFR or the (B) forward looking term rate based on SOFR, plus a Margin. This Loan Calculator assumes the current SOFR of %. The actual SOFR Index may change monthly. This may cause your payment to increase or decrease after disbursement. Your interest rates are capped and will never exceed 9.90%.)


Term Median APR Number of Payments Estimated Monthly Payment Estimated Total Interest Estimated Total Cost
5 Year

%
60 $

$

$

7 Year

%
84 $

$

$

10 Year

%
120 $

$

$

15 Year

%
180 $

$

$

20 Year

%
240 $

$

$

6. Brazos Refinance Loan fixed rates from % APR to % APR (with Auto-Pay Discount). Variable rates from % APR to % APR (with Auto-Pay Discount). Interest rates on Brazos loans are capped at 9.90%. The Variable Rate is based on an Index of the greater of the (A) 30-Day Average SOFR or the (B) forward looking term rate based on SOFR, plus a Margin. The lowest variable rate APR displayed is based upon the current SOFR Index of % plus a % Margin, minus the Auto-Pay Discount. The Variable Rate will adjust monthly and the loan payment will be re-amortized and may change monthly. Not all borrowers receive the lowest rate. If approved for a Brazos loan, the fixed or variable interest rate offered will depend on your creditworthiness, the term of the loan and other factors, and will be within the ranges of rates listed above. For the Brazos variable rate loan, the SOFR index will adjust monthly and the loan payment will be re-amortized and may change monthly. APRs for variable rate loans may increase after origination if the SOFR index increases.

Auto-Pay Discount. The interest rate in effect will be reduced by 0.25% if either the borrower or the cosigner authorizes automated (ACH) payments from any bank account. This ACH interest rate reduction, referred to as the Auto-Pay Discount, applies only when full principal and interest payments are automatically drafted from a bank account. This interest rate reduction will not continue to apply during periods of approved forbearance or deferment. The Auto-Pay Discount will terminate if the automatic bank account payments discontinue or there are any three instances of insufficient funds at any time during the term of the loan. A borrower may requalify upon reauthorization of automatic payments from a valid bank account.

7. Credit Review and Approval. If you choose to apply for a Brazos Refinance Loan and continue your application past the pre-credit eligibility stage, we will request your full credit report from one or more consumer reporting agencies, which is considered a hard credit inquiry. Hard credit inquiries (or hard credit pulls) are required for Brazos to be able to issue you a Brazos loan. In addition to requiring your explicit permission, these credit pulls may impact your credit score.
The initial credit review is based on review of all the information you and your cosigner (if applicable) provide during the application process and the information obtained from your credit report(s). If you pass the initial credit review, you will need to provide acceptable documentation such as your income verification before the final loan approval.