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Looking to get a motorcycle is a score of 650 good enough
I want to get a loan for a motorcycle as my main source of transportation. I want to get a $3k loan and didn't know if a score of 650 was good enough.

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Should be,

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Try pre-qualifing for the with your bank of Credit Union first,  Then you can negotiate the price of the motorcycle as a cash deal. 

Try "mining" a loan.  Do this by going on your banks website and check out the loans that they offer, But do not apply for it on line.   If you qualify, they most likely will send you an offer for a loan.  I did this recently and  was "pre-qualified" for a $25,900. loan at 2.87%.  for 48 months.  So its worth a try!

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absolutely. credit unions will accept a score of 650 at sometimes a low rate of 2.99%. i know harley davidson will finance you for sure.

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