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Refinancing and Car Finance - Is it worth it?
Refinancing and Car Finance - Is it Worth It?
No doubt you have heard of refinancing your mortgage. It has become all the rage, but now you can also refinance your car loan.
You stand to save several hundred dollars over the term of the loan.
My take on it is go for it. Competition is healthy and it will keep the finance companies on their toes providing better service for all. There's just one thing to be careful of online:
Just make sure you go with a reputable company. There are car finance companies on line these days such as E-loan or Capital 1, which are proving themselves worthy adversaries to the standard brick-and-mortar loan companies.
It's not hard to see why? Simply apply from the convenience of your home rather than trudge all the way into some downtown office and line-up in a queue.
It's even better than on the phone, because you can send your application in and forget it. Before you blink you have an approval or not. If you don't, then you can simply find another one.
You can start off with a higher interest rate if you have bad credit and then refinance to a better rate later on.
Be sure to read all the terms and conditions and check with your accountant or financial advisor before making financial decisions.
Graeme Sprigge is the webmaster of SellMyCarForCash.Com, a website dedicated to enlightening you on how to get the most for your car in a private sale. The site is is constantly expanding and includes more great articles, some of which are available for reprinting in your ezine. There is a lack of unbiased information on the net in this are so this site aims to fill the gap.
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