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If i have a score of 730, what are my chances of getting a 25000 car loan
Of i have a score of 730 what are my chances of getting a 25000 loan.

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A lot depends on your credit score reported by the credit bureau the dealership consults, and possibly the FICO score. If you haven't read the articles here so you can get a very good understanding of how credit works, I recommend doing so.  A 730 score with one credit bureau doesn't help you if the scores with the other bureaus is low. ,  

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More will go into it than a simple score. Understand that most auto lenders use a version of FICO scores, so check them, usually an auto version of fico scores, but not always. Your overall credit reports are just as important as scores, previous auto loan history is important as well. Your income and "debt to income ratio" is very important. The year and mileage of the automobile to be financed is also important. The length of time at your current job is important. Go over all of this with yourself to see where you stand. If all looks ok, then spend time researching auto lenders if you are considering getting financing on your own rather than through the dealership.

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