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Wells Fargo Refi anyone?

Wondering if I should even attempt to refi through Wells Fargo. I see that they do cash out loans and thats a plus, but I read somewhere that they arent the best business wise. Anyone with first hand experience?

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Re: Wells Fargo Refi anyone?

I don't think many folks refi with Wells on this forum; there's various reasons for that, but almost any lender that I am aware of will do a cash out refi.

I had a loan through Wells Fargo Dealer Services, which is admittedly not the same, but I couldn't have been happier with them.
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