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Can you refinance a car after less than a year of making payments and if so do you have to use the same lender?

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2015-07-15 18:46:15
2015-07-15 18:46:15

Yes, it will depend on your credit, and I can guaranty that you will need a down payment. It's just like buying the car the first time. You do not have to use the same lender. The more money you have down the easier it will be.

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