How it works

Learn how lease buyout and auto refinancing work with Car Ready

Four steps to buying out your lease


Answer a few questions on to get matched with a lender provides a short series of questions to match you with the best auto refinance or lease buyout lending partner. The questions take less than two minutes to complete, and your answers allow to find the best lending partner for you.


Review your loan offers

Once you’ve completed the questions on and have been matched with a lending partner, you’ll receive loan offers personalized to you.


Speak to a Refinance or Lease Buyout Specialist to discuss your options

You will receive a phone call from an auto refinance or lease buyout specialist representing the lender. They will discuss the options that are available to you, explain the process, and answer any questions that you may have.


Submit the required documents and close your loan

The loan specialist will hold your hand through this process and coordinate all of the paperwork with the lender. Once your documentation is complete you can fund your loan and start saving!

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You have questions, we have answers. Take the guesswork out of securing car loans.

Every situation is different, but some of the common benefits that our customers achieve are:

  1. Saving money paid on interest when financing into a lower interest rate.
  2. Lowering your monthly payment when financing into a lower interest rate or increasing the loan length.
  3. The opportunity to get cash out of the equity in your vehicle. If your loan balance is significantly lower than the value of your vehicle, it is possible to receive cash out when refinancing into a new loan.

There are several circumstances that may make it a good time to refinance your auto loan. Some of the most common are:

  1. If you are looking to reduce your monthly auto loan payment. Every situation is different, but it is common to reduce monthly payments during auto refinancing through lower interest rates, longer terms, or both.
  2. If your credit has improved since you bought the car, you may be able to get a lower interest rate by refinancing.
  3. When you have equity in your vehicle, you will have more and better options for refinancing your auto loan.

The prequalification process through will not impact your credit. Once you select your offer and complete the full application, this will typically cause a small reduction in your credit score. If you qualify for and accept a loan offer, you’ll typically see another small dip in your score.

Yes. When you refinance you can remove the cosigner from the new loan. Your payment history on the existing loan will help you to achieve the best rate possible.