Car shoppers with less than perfect credit need to understand that there are many consumers out there in the same situation
Making Sense of Poor Credit Auto Financing
The economy continues its recovery. A sure sign of that fact is that, according to statistics from Automotive News, car sales have nearly reached pre-recession levels while the latest Equifax National Consumer Credit Report finds that the total balance of auto loans through the first six months of 2014 reached a record high.
Despite this, at Auto Credit Express we still find that many people in need of transportation with credit issues that range from minor blemishes to bankruptcy believe that, in the aftermath of the great recession, lenders will refuse to extend them credit for anything – especially a car.
You’re Not Alone with Poor Credit
But take it from us; if you’ve experienced credit issues in the past, you’re not alone. The problem, however, is that in the world of credit there are few lenders that are willing to step up and offer auto loan financing to someone with poor or damaged credit without a co-signer (which is how the majority of first-time borrowers get started).
Unfortunately for a great many consumers with either limited of troubled credit, finding a co-signer is easier said then done.
How We Can Help
The good news is that here at Auto Credit Express we’ve spent the past two decades helping borrowers with limited as well as troubled credit backgrounds. We’re familiar with the ins and outs of the credit repair process and we’ve helped thousands of consumers get back “on the road” to better credit through our nationwide network of experienced new car dealers.
The Bottom Line
Consumers with damaged credit need to know that they’re really not alone and that there are lenders out there willing to work with them – they just have to know where to find them – which is where we come in.
Auto Credit Express matches consumers that have experienced car credit issues with dealers that can offer them their best opportunities for car loan approvals.
So if you’re ready to establish your auto credit, you can begin now by filling out our online auto loan application.
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