Can I do an auto refinance through the same lender?
Can I refinance with the same lender? I want to refinance my auto loan because rates are so low.
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Answered on Jul 13, 2021
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“You can refinance through any lender. The key here is to shop around for the best rate.
Just like you would with car insurance, shopping around can always get you the best price possible.
Check out car loan aggregators or shop at local banks and credit unions to get the best rate possible.
When shopping for the best rate, keep in mind the length of the loan affects both your monthly payments and how much you pay over the life of the loan.”
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