can I get a Used Car Loan?
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Used Car Loan
Used car loans are handled by many of the same services that
handle new car loans. Banks, credit unions, and direct lenders
are often the best places to seek loans, because they will
take into account a used car's actual worth. Therefore, it
is important to have used, or pre-owned as they're often called
today, cars inspected and appraised before applying for a
loan or making a purchase. Many used car dealerships will
offer buyers financing packages. A person should compare the
dealer financing with outside loan quotes. Interest rates
can vary significantly, and this can greatly affect a person's
Used Car Loans for Person-to-Person Transactions
Most people who think about buying a car that is sitting
on the side of the road with a "for sale" sign in the window
do not even consider getting a loan to make a purchase easier.
However, there are a number of used cars that are sold by
their owners that are too expensive for people to buy on their
own. Unfortunately, if the price listed seems too high, most
would-be buyers will likely just drive on. The majority of
people don't consider loans on person-to-person car sales,
because they don't know they exist. There is, though, at least
one company out there that will finance a private auto transaction.
Capital One Auto Finance can make it possible for a person
to borrow the money he needs to buy that cherry red, '64 Mustang
he passes each day. The practice of making loans on private
deals is so rare, though, that a buyer should thoroughly research
the rates and risks involved before applying for a loan.
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