Archive for January, 2011

The Secret Behind Great Auto Loans and Lenders

Monday, January 31st, 2011

Today there are more companies offering auto loans than there was ever before. The so called economic downturn has done little to stunt the growth of the auto loans industry as somehow lenders seem to morph their policies and packages to the ever changing needs of their clients. However this does not mean that the best time to get auto loans is during an economic recession but rather this simply means that you may be able to get a better deal since the average credit rating drops considerably. Read More…

Amortizing Of Bad Credit Auto Loans

Friday, January 28th, 2011

It is said that it is always prudent to amortize the bad credit auto loans before going for it. the main reason that the applicants are given by their friends, family members or advisors is the fact that they have already suffered the rye of the lending companies for skipping payments due to foreseeable or unforeseeable circumstances and the inevitable reduction in the credit score. Moreover, it helps in checking whether the applicant’s desired installment is going to be met by his or her income in the long run. The following lines provide a list of all things which are factored in the calculations of bad credit auto loans. Read More…

Tips to Drive Away with Low Interest Rate Auto Loans

Thursday, January 27th, 2011

Are you tired of using public transportation? Or are you tired of your old car? You want a new car but you just don’t have enough money to buy one. Further, you don’t see yourself saving money for a car until you’re too old to enjoy it. The best alternative then is to apply for an auto loan.

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Getting the Best Deal on a Bad Credit Auto Loan

Tuesday, January 25th, 2011

You wanted an auto loan but the bank rejected your application. Of course, you wanted to know why you were being denied and with a sinking heart you hear that your credit score is so low that you are defined as a subprime customer. Of course, you will ask again what this subprime label is. Subprime means that you are a borrower with bad credit. This means that your credit score is below the score acceptable to the lending institution. The bank computes the credit score using various categories, which are payment history, outstanding balances, and length of credit history, new credit and types of credit used.

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