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Old 06-12-2014, 02:01 PM
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Default What Finance Rates are you finding?

I'm looking to purchase my first real boat, a 2014 Ranger Reata 1850 LS. My only other boating experience is a 14' johnboat I use for duck hunting. I've been calling around to local lenders, and have actually found the best rate from my bank. I know what rates are around here, but am curious as to what others are finding throughout the midwest/country.
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We just got a loan 20yrs 10% down 4.75 simple interest
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We just got a loan 20yrs 10% down 4.75 simple interest
20 years? holy crap
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Old 09-10-2014, 05:38 PM
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5% local bank on 4 yrs....this past spring

Credit unions typically have the best rates I have heard as low as 2 %
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CKM, the rate was same for 10,15 or 20 years. So there was no reason to go for a shorter term. We will just pay it off early
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Old 09-11-2014, 07:17 PM
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Try the local credit unions. I was going to pay cash, but got a 5 year 2.7% loan. ( I work at a bank and you can't get those rates at banks).
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Anyone have any update on loan rates? Also does a new boat only qualify if it straight from the dealer? Thanks
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Anyone have any update on loan rates? Also does a new boat only qualify if it straight from the dealer? Thanks
We are seeing some new boat rates at the 5% area and a few below. That means good credit, good down payment and nice clean history. We do have options for all ranges of buyers.
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I just got 3.74 on a 144 month. My credit score is 725
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20 years? holy crap

ditto! I bought my HOUSE/ ACREAGE for 15....
(to each their own I guess)
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