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YES> IF the lender determines that your credit score meets their requirements for the loan. Is your credit GOOD enough to got the loan without a co-signor? Yes..In most cases prime lenders will remove if you refi or re-qualify with your credit. No...In the case that you're are dealing with a sub prime lender they will remove the co-signer from the title but not the contract. Some lenders prime and sub prime have different rules but the one listed above are usually the general rule of thumb.

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