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Car buyers that have experienced problem credit will typically choose to finance a used car because typically they’re less expensive than a new vehicle. But once they’ve picked out the one they want the next step they take should be to contact a used car inspection company.
In our experience too few car buyers with problem credit understand the importance of saving in other areas to help offset the higher interest rates typical of the auto loans offered by high risk lenders. Continue reading
Car shoppers that have experienced problem credit with either a slim credit file or one that contains mistakes can increase their chances of car loan approvals by having the inaccuracies removed and having accounts corrected before beginning the application process. Continue reading
Credit challenged car shoppers often have a choice when it comes to picking out which used car to finance. That’s because, in many cases, even buyers with poor credit who have received an approval for a car loan are given the choice of either a regular used car or a certified used car. Continue reading
Consumers with poor credit should know that there is at least one step they can take in addition to a car loan to improve their FICO scores. Continue reading
It’s a fact. According to Experian Automotive consumers with questionable credit have a higher risk of financing a car that has suffered some type of water damage. It would therefore especially benefit them if they learned how to spot these types of vehicles. Continue reading
Vehicle repossession is never a good thing. In fact, having your car repossessed is one of the worst things that can happen to you as far as lenders are concerned. Continue reading
Although it doesn’t go as far as the recent enhancements that have been made to programs from both Chrysler and Volkswagen, recent changes to Ford’s certified used car program mean that even consumers with questionable credit can shop with greater confidence.
Earlier today, Kelley Blue Book’s kbb.com announced their 2013 5-year cost to own award winners – those “2013 model-year vehicles and brands (in both luxury and non-luxury categories) with the lowest projected ownership costs.” The winners “are based on Kelley Blue Book’s 5-Year Cost to Own data for new cars for the initial five-year ownership period.”
Ever wonder about those advertisements for no credit check car loans, easy credit auto finance or no income auto loans? If you’re someone with questionable credit, before clicking on the link you might want to consider an alternative solution. Continue reading