The loan amount that you will get pre-approved for is based on a number of factors. We use special technology to determine the exact amount.
The down payment money amount that you will need is based on a number of factors.
Yes! Additional money, however, may be required if there is a lien on the automobile that you are trading.
If you're shopping around for an auto loan or more credit, you should know that when creditors check your credit, it places an inquiry on your credit report. Inquiries can add up, which is often interpreted negatively by creditors. For this reason, too many inquiries can actually make getting an auto loan more difficult.
A Cosigner may be considered for a Buyer who does not comply with all the credit requirements. The income of the Buyer, however, must meet all the income and budget guidelines without reliance upon the income of the cosigner.
Monthly payments are based on your credit profile and the vehicle you are purchasing. Newer, lower mileage cars qualify for extended terms. The best payments are on less expensive cars that have less than 50,000 miles.
A very good question for which there is not a direct answer. Rates are based on your credit profile and the equity position of the loan. We will get you the best rate based on your credit profile. The higher your credit rating and down payment the lower your rates will be. Also, the model year of the vehicle plays an important role. Rates generally increase 1 point per model year. The older the car, the higher the rate.
If the repossession was not included in a bankruptcy and there is still a balance on the account, you can still pre qualify. Greater money down requirements will apply and vehicle selection will be limited to newer cars that are still under factory warranty.
As long as the bankruptcy is discharged, or you have an Authorization to Incur Debt from the bankruptcy trustee we can help.
Yes. However, it may take longer to process your loan. You have to obtain an "Authorization to Incur Debt" from the trustee of your bankruptcy. This normally takes two to three weeks. Consult your bankruptcy attorney.
We have several First Time Buyer Programs.
No. Auto loans through us can only be used to purchase automobiles from dealerships with an Auto Loan Center onsite. Each dealer selected by us has passed a rigorous screening for quality and customer service. This process ensures that each customer will purchase a dependable vehicle. When a vehicle is purchased from a private owner we have no way of determining the quality and dependability of the car.
We use state of the art technology that evaluates your credit profile, available inventory, income, as well as debt factors. Our process ensures that each application has the best possibility of approval prior to submission.
We recommend that you consult with one of our auto loan specialists first. They can determine how much you qualify for before you start shopping. This method will increase your chances of approval and decrease the number of inquires on your credit report.
For Example: You decide to buy a new $40,000 Cadillac at a dealership. The dealer may keep submitting your application until it is approved or the dealer has exhausted all their lender resources. Your Loan Specialist, on the other hand, will first determine if you qualify for the Cadillac. If so, your loan package will be submitted. If you don't qualify you'll find out without numerous inquires showing up on your credit report.
There are no minimum qualifications to pre qualify! Each auto loan application is evaluated based on the credit profile and equity position. An applicant with previous good auto credit, for example, may not have to meet income and job time requirements; whereas an applicant with a recent repossession would.
The typical auto loan is for a new, one year, or two year old car with less than 50,000 miles. Nearly every vehicle financed through us is eligible for Extended Factory Protection so you won't have to worry about unexpected repairs.