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Need to refinance car loan. It's %24 loan is 14 months old and in good standing.CS 625 options???

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Have you optimized your scores the best that you can in your current situation? Have you spent time reading all of the ways that you can improve your score? I ask this because often there are things that you CAN do to increase your scores in the short term. Sometimes simply getting a credit card can give a good increase to your FICO scores (most lenders will use a version of FICO). Have you tried to remove any negative info from your reports? If you have already done all of the above, then it is time to start researching lenders and reading reviews on them. There is a review section on this site and there is a ton of info on lenders to be found via a search engine like Google. I am sure that there are lenders out there that will give you a better rate, but do as much work as you can before applying to get the absolute best rate possible for your situation.

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