Refinancing your car or truck could be a money-saver.
But is it the right move for you?

Thinking about refinancing your car loan? A refinance can help you save money, but it has to make sense for your own financial picture. Here are some things you need to consider before applying.   

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So…is now the right time to refi?

When is the right time to refinance? If you can say yes to any of these questions, it may be your time.
  1. Your credit has improved.
  2. You’re struggling to make your current payments.
  3. Rates are a lot lower now than when you first purchased your car.

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Are You Ready to Refinance Your Car?
Use this checklist to make sure you’re ready to apply.

Checkmark  Find a lower rate or better term that you’ll qualify for. Run the numbers to confirm a refinance makes sense for you.

Checkmark  Confirm no prepayment/early payoff fees from your current lender.

Checkmark  Get a payoff letter from your current lender. This usually has an expiration date so don’t request the letter until you’re ready to apply.

Checkmark  Gather income verification documents such as paystubs or tax returns that may be required when you apply.

Checkmark  Request an insurance binder from your insurance company. Most lenders require proof of insurance.

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*APR = Annual Percentage Rate. Rates are effective 1/10/2023, are subject to change and reflect a .25% discount for automatic payments from your MHV account.  Rates vary based on factors including your credit ratings, term of loan and/or year of vehicle. Loans are subject to approval and exclude leases and other select products.  Payment example: 36 monthly payments at 6.14% APR would be $30.45 per $1,000 borrowed. Federally Insured by NCUA.