Loan restructuring – the lender’s actions to change the terms of the loan repayment. These actions are primarily aimed at facilitating debt service. The most common type of restructuring is the prolongation of the loan, in some cases, banks go to reduce the interest rate on loans issued. Most often, borrowers apply to the bank for mortgage restructuring. If you roll over your mortgage, your monthly payment will be decreased, but by increasing the length of your loan, your total interest payments will be higher. As a result, the total amount of payments on the restructured loan will be higher than it would have been without the restructuring.
If the client wants to restructure his loan, but the bank for some reason does not agree to it, he can try to refinance it at another bank. Some banks refinance loans made by other credit institutions.