Author Archive: Steve Cypher
The Interest Rates Charged by Subprime Lenders

In addition to credit scores, ability, stability and willingness to pay are taken into account when determining interest rates for borrowers with tarnished credit. Since each lender weighs these factors differently, determining the exact interest rate a particular applicant will qualify for usually can’t be done.

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Best Certified Used Car Programs with Poor Credit

Since certified used car programs differ from manufacturer to manufacturer, it pays to do your home work before choosing a vehicle – especially if you have poor credit and are on a tight budget. Thanks to the editors at Autotrader, this process has been simplified, making it easier for consumers to make a buying decision.

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Monthly Car Payments with Problem Credit

Since a borrower’s credit background, income, bills and vehicle all determine what their monthly payment will be, there is no way of knowing what their monthly payment will be.

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Ally to Expand Extended Warranty Coverage

From our own experience, one key to successfully completing a subprime car loan is the ability to keep a vehicle in running condition. In many cases, a service contract can help borrowers on a tight budget avoid unforeseen expenses while keeping their credit repair plans on track.

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Best Cars for Credit-Challenged Families

Not only is each of these vehicles among the best buys in their respective segments representing a good value for your vehicle dollar, all have a starting MSRP of under $20,000 – making them particularly appealing to credit-challenged borrowers. In addition, according to U.S. News, any one of them would be a good choice for a new vehicle.

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Financing a Car from a Different State with Bad Credit

Credit challenged car buyers can purchase a vehicle from an out-of-state dealer. But before doing this and if they live in a state that charges a vehicle sales tax, they should check to see if the dealer’s state is reciprocal. If it isn’t, they need to arrange with the dealer to have a check cut back to them for tax, title and registration fees. Otherwise, these buyers will have to come up with the money out of their own pockets.

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Private Party Loans with Bad Credit

Because of the higher risks involved with subprime loans, credit-challenged borrowers usually can’t get approved for a car loan if they’re considering buying a vehicle from a private party.

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