What documents do I need to refinance my Chevy Blazer?

I want to refinance my Blazer, but I'm not sure what I need to bring when I meet with the lender. What documents should I have?

If you want to lower your loan rates on your Chevy Blazer, refinancing your car is your best bet. At a minimum, you’ll need to present the following documentation to a lender:
  • Driver’s license and car registration
  • Proof of insurance (including your name, VIN, policy number)
Often, you will also need to show:
  • Current loan information
  • Proof of identity (driver’s license or other)
  • Proof of residence (e.g. utility bill)
  • Proof of income (e.g. W-2, bank statement)
You may want to contact your loan officer to find out if there’s anything else the business you’re working with requires or if they prefer certain documents to others.
Since you need proof of insurance to seal the deal on refinancing your Blazer, now’s the perfect time to review your car insurance policy. Use the Jerry app to compare quotes from up to 50 top insurance providers and switch to a more affordable plan.
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Answered on Oct 20, 2021
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