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Old 07-26-2011, 08:01 PM
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Default Financing for 5th wheel

I've got a fifth wheel I bought back in 2006.

I still owe about 20k on it but I was wondering if the interest rates were low enough that I could refinance for a shorter period of time with roughly the same payment and pay it off quicker.

Is the interest still low enough to do something like that?
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Old 07-28-2011, 06:35 AM
reclending reclending is offline
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Thanks for the question. This is not meant to be a wise guy answer but it all depends on what you are paying for an interest rate now. We have done a few RV's and do have a couplke options. For RV stuff, we are limited a little on where you live because some lenders are regional. The other unknown here is how good the credit is and where you would qualify now. Once we know your current rate, we can do a soft pull that does not show on your bureau and see what is there. we look forward to hearing from you. Thanks, Ken, Todd & Chris
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Old 02-15-2015, 10:53 PM
yalmaz yalmaz is offline
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If we find a boat on this site are we able to get financing from you and provided the rate is 5% and the boat is 15,000 how many years are we able to finance the boat to keep the payment as low as possible and not be penelized if paying it off early?
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Old 02-16-2015, 06:57 PM
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We bought a 2011 camper and just refinanced. Not enough to lower terms and keep same payment but was still worth it. We used Costco and kept same remaining months I think ten years and lowered our monthly bill from $300 to $265 no money out of pocket. Was simple to do. Filled out info online they mailed us contract and it was done.
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