Where is the best place to refinance my auto loan?
I purchased my vehicle at a local used car dealership. The interest for my auto loan is currently at 17%. After paying for a year, I finally have enough credit to get refinancing. Where is the best place to refinance an auto loan?
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Answered on Apr 27, 2021
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“There is no single place that’s better than others to refinance your auto loan, but the Internet has made it easier than ever to shop around. You can find sites to compare car loan rates and terms quickly and easily.
If you prefer the more personal approach, go to banks or credit unions in your area. Credit unions might be your best bet, as they can typically offer better rates than banks.”
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