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There is no single answer to this question, since a lot depends on your circumstances - in particular how much debt you have, from how many sources and what level of interest you pay on it.
In simple terms, consolidating debts is not the easy option it seems as there are lots of potential pitfalls that need to be considered as well as the short term benefits.
It is useful as a last resort if you are really struggling to meet a variety of monthly payments - however, once you have taken this step, you must be very disciplined about falling into debt again. However, there are lot of considerations to weigh up before you take this step - some of which will help you decide if it is a good idea, and some of which will determine if it is even possible.
Consolidating credit cards and loan debts into your mortgage can seem a no-brainer - after all, given the size of the debt, mortgage payments can seem low.
However, it is not necessarily the win-win strategy it seems - we explain.