Can you finance a car in your home state if you buy in a different state?
Do I have to finance a car I bought in Georgia or in my home state of Illinois?
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Answered on Jul 03, 2021
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“You can finance a new car in either state.
Where the lender is located has no impact on the financing process. So if you find a better deal in one state over the other, go for it.
You should also shop around online with national banks and chains to find the best rate.”
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