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Refinancing Your Auto Loan


Refinancing your loan is one of the best kept secrets around for saving you money, but most people never think of it. Whether refinancing your home or car the process is the same. When refinancing car loans, you pay off your current car loan with a refinancing car loan from a different lender that has a lower APR. The beauty of this is that by refinancing your auto loan you lower your monthly car loan payments significantly, and your interest rate drops, which can allow you to pay off the balance of your car loan even quicker. You can save thousands by refinancing you auto loans.

If you have bad credit it is crucial that you refinance your auto loan to lower your APR. Even with bad credit it is possible for you to refinance. Many people do not even bother trying to refinance because they erroneously believe that they are stuck at a 21-25% APR.

Whether you are paying a high APR or even a decent one, it is possible for you to refinance your auto loan. The refinancing racket is growing in popularity among lenders. They pay off your current car loan, and you pay them back at your new lower APR rate. Your loan can usually be completely refinanced within 2 days after you apply.

Contrary to popular belief you don't need an appraisal to refinance your auto loan. Unlike your home, which does require an appraisal because it is based on your equity in the home, auto refinancing is based on how much you need to pay off your current car loan, not on the actual value of the car.

If you did not receive a 0% to 3% APR car loan from your lender you should consider a car loan refinance. After you buy your car, keep an eye on the auto refinancing interest rates and look for refinancing auto loan rates at least 1% less than your current car loan interest rate. It is amazing how much even 1% can save you on your loan payments. You can then put that money towards paying off the bulk of your loan sooner.

Here are some tips to refinancing your auto loan quickly:

Auto refinance loan applications need to be in the same names (with exact spelling) as the names on your current auto loan. This is how your current auto loan is identified and found so triple check to make sure everything is correct and exactly the same.

Have your car loan account number ready.

Vehicle information must be accurate so that lenders can price out the car to make sure it meets Loan to Value guidelines. You will need the year, model and VIN (Vehicle Identification Number), found on your dashboard or registration.

Your auto refinance loan amount should not be higher than the value of the car. Just like home refinancing, where the bank won't lend you more than the value of the house. You should check your values first to make sure your car has retained a reasonable amount of value relative to the amount you still owe on it.

If you follow these easy steps, refinancing your auto loan should be quick and easy. The money that you will save will be like found money.

Martin Lukac, represents, #1 Loans USA(http://www.1LoansUSA.com), a finance web-company specializing in real estate/mortgage market. We specialize in daily updates, rate predictions, mortgage rates and more: info@1LoansUSA.com


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