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When you’re ready to refinance your car, it can be difficult to know where to start. In this short video, our CEO, Nancy Fitzgerald, shares the top things you should look for in auto refinance companies.
Ready to Refinance?
Once you have learned about how automotive refinancing works, you’re probably ready to see how much you could save. Many people go straight to their bank, but that might not be the best deal on the market.
Credit unions are often able to offer significantly lower interest rates than big banks—but with more than 6,000 credit unions across the U.S., how do you know which one can give you the best deal?
Get Multiple Auto Refinance Quotes in One Step
Don’t spend tons of time and effort contacting individual lenders. Auto refinance companies are able to leverage an extensive network of lenders to get multiple quotes in one simple step. When you work with iLendingDIRECT, our loan consultants are able to quickly explain your options. These are based on factors like:
- Credit score – How do the credit bureaus score you overall?
- Payment history – Do you pay your bills on time?
- Debt-to-income ratio – Do you make enough money to regularly pay back your loans?
- Make and model of your vehicle – What is the overall value of your car?
- Mileage on your vehicle – How long will the car stay in good shape?
If you like one of the options presented to you, your loan consultant will also manage all of the paperwork to refinance your loan with the new lender—meaning you never have to step foot in the DMV.
Understanding Your Financial Options
Most of us need help understanding our options to make educated decisions about our financial well-being. Our team of highly-trained, dedicated loan consultants can explain everything throughout our simple 5-step process.
On average, iLendingDIRECT customers save $112 per month and lower their interest rate by 5.5%. To start saving today, call (866) 683-5505 or simply fill out this form. Most importantly, inquiring is completely free and will not affect your credit score.