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Subject: Re: has anyone ever bought out their lease early Date: 5/13/2002 3:01 PM
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My lease is through National City, a huge Ohio banking corporation. Not sure of my lease charge because I don't have with me right now. Overall, even if the purchase figure they quote me is high, isn't it a better idea to build equity, or should I just let the lease charge vs. the bank loan rate I could obtain be the determining factor? Thanks again.
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