Easy Auto Refinance - The Process is Simple - OpenRoad Lending

Easy Auto Refinance – The Process is Simple

The concept of an easy auto refinance is unfamiliar to most people who have only heard of refinancing their mortgage.  The fact is that an auto refinance is typically much less complicated and time consuming than a mortgage refinance while the goals are the same—to save money. If you bought a car a couple of years ago and still owe at least $10,000 on your loan balance then it may be time to look into refinancing your loan.  Everyone wants to save money, and this is a simple, quickly-accomplished option that can save you hundreds if not thousands of dollars over the term of the loan.   

If you have ever refinanced your mortgage, the process for an easy auto refinance is similar but much less complicated.  In general, people with high interest rates on their mortgage currently are the ones looking for refinancing options.  With the possibility to make car payments a more affordable monthly payment, why wouldn’t you do the same?  Doing an internet search for a top direct lender is easy. To apply, you simply provide the basics like your personal, contact and employment information, including your social security number so the lender can do a credit check.  If you are approved, your new car loan will pay off your current one and you can benefit from a customized term length and lower interest rate.

Your credit score will be a vital part of the application process and will be a factor in determining the rate and payment for your new refinance. Easy auto refinance loans are not intended to rescue you from a defaulted loan, but are designed to save you money each month because your good or improving credit has earned you a better rate.  Especially if you obtained your current loan with a less-than-perfect credit score, and your hard work has brought your score up, you could greatly benefit from a refinance auto loan.

Even if your credit is still not perfect, many lenders today are willing to work with situations of less than perfect credit. Most direct lenders do not charge a fee to apply so it may be worth the time to check it out and see if you qualify for a better loan. The longer you delay, the more it will cost you by making that higher payment.  Plus, qualifications like age of your car and number of miles may disqualify you if you continue to wait.  There is little to nothing to lose and much to gain by applying for an easy auto refinance loan so do your research and find a lender that will work for you.