If your credit is in rough shape, there are some steps you can take to improve your situation. But achieving good credit isn’t enough. You are also going to want to make sure you develop positive credit habits that will help you maintain good credit.
The latest report from TransUnion revealed that subprime loan originations have dropped big time compared to a year earlier. So, what does this mean if you are a borrower with bad credit who needs a car?
AAA expects the number of travelers this Memorial Day weekend to be at the highest level since 2005. In light of this, it’s important for you to keep safety on your mind if you are taking a trip over the holiday weekend.
One of the most important parts of preparing for a car purchase is readying your budget. You need to know how much car you can afford and plan for the other expenses that come with vehicle ownership.
If you get turned down for credit or don’t qualify for the best interest rate offered, you’ll want to understand what those two-digit FICO reason codes stand for in the letter you receive.
The old adage, “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure,” takes on a new, potentially scary meaning when applied to dumpster diving and identity theft.
You’ve found a great deal on what seems to be a very good car, but then you realize that it has a rebuilt title. Does this mean you should completely rule out the vehicle as a buying option?