In a recent report from Experian Automotive shows a trend for longer car loan terms – which is particularly disturbing for borrowers with poor credit.
The good news is that car thefts are declining steadily across the country. The bad news is that the theft of car parts and accessories is on the rise.
Saving money on coverage is great, but it’s just as important that consumers with less than perfect credit be satisfied with their car insurance provider.
Putting together a list of references is not as hard as it seems and doing it beforehand can streamline the car loan process once you reach the dealership.
At Auto Credit Express we realize that it’s always important to make your dollars go further, no matter what you’re buying. This is especially important if you have less than perfect credit and must finance your vehicle with a subprime lender.
Kelley Blue Book’s latest list of Best New Car Deals, this time listing deals for February, 2016, contains 2 vehicles that very well might work for buyers with tarnished credit.
The latest report from TransUnion is certainly good news for borrowers with tarnished credit. But these consumers can also help their chances by having a down payment, choosing an economical vehicle and going with the shortest loan term they can afford in order to give themselves the best chances of success.