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I am looking for suggestions on a lender who is most likely to approve me without having 50 different lenders pull my credit

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I suggest you get preapproved by your Crefdit Union. If you are not a member you can learn of their qualification(s). They usually have a lower interest rate and if you tell the car dealer that you are already approved you may also deny them to seek-out a credit report.  The downside: If a new car dealer runs a credit report and see's several credit reports ran by several car dealers they usually will do just about anything "to earn your business". You can learn of a car's value by checking with either your Bank or Credit Union. Stick to your guns. Do NOT allow the car dealer to over-price the car. Rember: DM and TC=

Dealer Mark-up and Transportation Charge. These are usually BOTH negoitable.  Hope this is not to late.

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