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When you refinance do you start 30 years over


If you refinance to a new 30-year loan, you'll start over and have 30 years again to repay it. If you refinance to a new 20-year loan instead, you'll pay your loan off five years earlier. Refinancing comes with closing costs, which can affect whether getting a new mortgage makes financial sense for you.

Does refinancing start over?

Refinancing does start your auto loan over. When you refinance a car loan, you choose a new loan that has a different rate and possibly a different term. The new loan replaces your current loan. Refinance terms offered by lenders most commonly are from two to seven years.

Can I refinance without starting over?

Whenever you refinance a loan, your credit score will decline temporarily, not only because of the hard inquiry on your credit report, but also because you are taking on a new loan and haven't yet proven your ability to repay it.