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car loan

what are the chances of gettinng approved for a car loan after a house purchase?
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Registered: ‎09-03-2007
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Re: car loan

How long ago did you buy the house?  What does your credit look like?  I bought a house last year, then bought a second vehicle and refi'd my first about 9 months later. 
 
Advice?  Talk to a credit union and ask straight up what their perception would be.  After working through dealers and brokers all my life, thanks to this site I finally went to a CU, and it made a world of difference...If you can, post more info about your situation.
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