Category: Auto Loans
How can I get a Quote on an Interest Rate without a Credit Check?

When buying a car, a big concern is how much the interest rate on their loan will be. And you typically don’t find this out until you get the loan approved.

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Need a Cosigner on a Car Loan? What You Should Know

You can gain a lot by having someone cosign on your loan, like being able to get approved for the car that will get you where you need to go. But, being a cosigner requires a sizable commitment.

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Alternative Data and Auto Lending

It used to be impossible for lenders to predict the repayment behavior for consumers with thin to non-existent credit. Then alternative data came along.

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I Have No Credit History, and I Need a Car

You realize that you need to purchase a vehicle, only to discover that you have little to no credit history. While it’s great that you don’t have damaged credit, you may have just as much trouble obtaining financing as someone who does. This is because lenders have no way of knowing whether or not you are a loan risk.

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Choosing the Right Dealership for Your Next Auto Loan

Finding a dealer on your own is a time consuming process, and can be risky if you are trying to locate one who will work around your bad credit. Because of this, you may be tempted to go with the first one that is simply able to approve you. But that can be dangerous.

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Subprime Car Loans Doing Well

The latest auto delinquency report from TransUnion shows an improvement in the percentage of auto loan delinquencies during the second quarter of 2015 when compared to the same time in 2014.

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Why Can’t I Get the Car I Want?

Selecting a vehicle to purchase takes time and research. And when you have finally found the vehicle that meets all of your needs, it can be very disappointing when you find out that your credit rating keeps you from getting what you want. So, when you are dealing with damaged credit, it is in your best interest to find the dealer who can handle your unique credit situation first, and find out what you can afford for your monthly payment. Once you know what vehicles you qualify for, you will have a clearer idea of what you can choose from.

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