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05-17-2017 12:38 PM - edited 05-17-2017 12:39 PM
I had two car loans at 713 TU score through my credit union
It was a non issue as long as the income supported it. They actually gave me a better rate on my second loan vs the first.
But I was very low DTI even with both loans. Sub 10%
05-19-2017 11:33 AM
I currently have two car loans at the same time along with a mortgage. One is through a local credit union at 2.49% (initial amount around $55k) and the other is through USAA at 3.49% (initial amount around $70k). I actually got both car loans back in May 2016 and the mortgage recently in February 2017. As others noted, it is mainly about your DTI and making sure your file doesn't have any other red flags.
05-23-2017 03:50 PM - edited 05-23-2017 03:56 PM
Hello I was just curious to see if anybody had any info or any prior experiences on having 2 car loans out at once . If it is even possible I have pretty good credit at about 750 or higher . I have 16k left on my car loan I got last year but was looking to get a 2nd vehicle for my wife . She doesn't have great credit so is there anyway I could get a second loan with both of our incomes ? My only other debt is credit card debt
I currently have two auto loans.
The first one was obtained in April of 2015. My FICO auto scores were all over the map at the time, depending on which CRA you were pulling, what day of the week, and what phase the moon was in at the time. They ranged from 605 to 672 I got a 36 month lease on a luxury car, and rolled over $5K of negative equity on a Kia. I'm currently paying $863 a month. I'll do a buyout when the lease is over, and I'm expecting to have to finance $15K at 2.5%, so the payments will go down to about $440 a month for another 36 months. Looking at my finances, I might actually have enough cash to pay for the car in full at the end of the lease, which is something I never thought I'd be able to do in my life.
The second loan was obtained in January of 2016. My FICO scores were all mid-high 600's across most scoring models. 72 month loan on $21,000 at 8.64% Payments were $374 a month, but I was making $400+ payments. In March of this year, I refi'd that down to 48 months at 2.74% ($397 a month payments) with DCU. It's amazing how quickly the principal balance drops when the intererst is lower. I'm hoping to accelerate the payments when the lease ends.
It helps that I have no mortgage or rent payment right now. I wouldn't have been able to obtain the second loan if I did. I have also been denied revolving credit due to having two car loans, so it's not all roses.
05-23-2017 09:04 PM
07-15-2017 12:41 PM - edited 07-15-2017 12:46 PM
I will tell you my situation. I have a Kia sportage now for 11 months, 10 months of payments, I needed a second car. So I went in to the same Kia I bought the sportage from unsure if I wanted to buy or lease and probably buy out at the end ( I realize that is less economical but I wanted lower payments). so I thought I had an auto enhanced score of 690, they pulled it and it turned out to be 715, they automatically approved me with no more questions asked except for what I make. My debt to income ratio will be about 45 to 50%. When they pulled it was 50%. My bills are Discover 214, capital one and citibank 25 each, sportage 424, jet ski 126, personal loan 181, and one other card 47, and a secure loan, with deferred student loans. I never miss payments or am late, my rent is low cause I live with parents. So yes it is possible, and please don't judge what will happen based on these forums, it is unique to every person based on where you go and who they use.
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