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In order to find the best APR on a loan I would recommend searching various lender web pages such as Up2drive.com or Myautoloan.com. These sites have APR estimates on the main web page and can give you a rough idea of what you are looking at paying for your monthly bill. As with all loans the APR is extremely important to take into account when looking at repaying your loan. The APR or annual percentage rate is the interest returned on your borrowed loan from the bank or financial service. These institutions can help settle your financial matters through a fixed APR meaning an interest rate that cannot change regardless of the banks situation. A non-fixed APR means that the interest rate on the loan from the bank or in some cases the dealership itself would fluctuate at the end of a year.
When you choose to refinance your current auto loan you can keep the same or reduced terms (length of time) as your current loan but at a lower interest rate this will allow you to pay off your car faster. But you can also choose to have lower payments by extending the terms that remain on your current loan. Doing this can result in you paying more interest over the life of the car loan even with a lowered interest rate. Keep this in mind it is most beneficial for you to refinance an auto loan sooner than later. You will see more savings when you refinance your loan quickly within one to two years since most of the interest of an auto loan is charged in the beginning portion of the loan. You will save more money this could allow you to pay off your car loan ahead of schedule.
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Some negative factors that might be considered when you apply for auto loans are: • How long ago was the last negative entry on your credit report? • Do you have accounts that are currently in arrears or in default? • Have you had a car repossessed in the past few years? • Are you currently in bankruptcy or has your bankruptcy been discharged? • How low is your credit score? • What is the ratio of how much credit that is available to you (e.g. credit cards and open loans) as compared to your debt? That being said there still are factors that can mitigate an automotive dealership or lenders risk to positively influence the outcome of your application: • Do you have money for a down payment available? Even if a down payment is not required making one can be a smart thing to do.