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    PNC Bank, NA
  • 4.298% APR
    $931 in fees
    $812/MO
    4.250% rate at 0.000 pts
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  • 4.298%
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  • 4.250% at 0.000 pts
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    Payment: $812
    Fees in APR: $931
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