When the holidays are over, we change the chip and think again about the expenses of everyday life, among them, those that have to do with our children’s classes.
A fact that makes clear what this means for families, states that 3 out of 10 Mexicans these “expenses hit” their pocket, which means that many need to resort to financing to buy school supplies and uniforms.
This return to school in 2018 will be 15% more expensive than last year, and the average outlay for this school year will be between 1,600 to 2,800 pesos.
Now, the Mexican market is so broad that there are two types of users looking for loans for young students.
The first universe consists of those people who need to finance such elementary expenses as backpacks, books, supplies and seek money to be able to face this type of elements.
The precariousness of jobs, the poor distribution of wealth, low wages, have led many Mexicans to find themselves in need of access to loans for return to school.
However, another group of Mexicans, in a slightly better situation, is looking for money to perfect their studies, both at home and abroad.
Both options demonstrate the interest of Mexican families to progress through the best path, education.
If you are looking for money to progress with your studies, to perfect a language outside the country, the loans between people are an excellent option and this modality has more and more followers.
What are the advantages of these loans?
The interest rates in the P2P are fair, and the better score you have, you agree to better financial conditions.
In addition, people who invest in other people, often choose those who seek funding for projects that have to do with personal progress.
Request a loan in crowdlending platforms, help you maximize your time since you do not have to waste hours in bank branches presenting papers.
The requirements are simple and clear, the process is 100% online, they are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
If you want to study, today you have new channels to access credit, the crowdfunding of loans is one of the vehicles that helps you get the money and has democratized finances.
Cheer up, it’s simple, and now that with the approval of the Fintech Law, Mexico becomes the first country in Latin America to regulate activity, protecting users and supervising platforms.