29 November 2017
You can be excited when you meet the requirements for getting financing for your car. However, you should not keep the car loan a secret. Below are several parties that you should notify when taking a car loan: Your Personal Lawyer Some car loan agreements have terms and conditions that might be confusing to the customer. This can result in higher premiums and interest rates during the duration of the loan.
14 June 2016
A good quality boat is likely to give you an unforgettable experience with the tides. In addition to this, such a boat is likely to give you bragging rights in the face of fellow boat owners/boating enthusiasts. Because good quality boats don't come cheap, a large number of boating enthusiasts are forced to acquire their marine recreational vessels on credit. This article provides answers to three questions that prospective boat owners often have when looking to apply for a boat loan.
18 May 2016
Getting a new car loan shouldn't be done too hastily, as you want to ensure you do everything possible to save money over the life of the loan. Unfortunately too many consumers get the first loan they're offered or don't do any research and prep work before applying for a loan, and this can cost them money or keep them from potential savings. Note a few ways you can save real money on your car loan.
10 May 2016
When you're looking at buying a used car, assuming you can't pay the full amount in cash, you need to decide whether to finance it through the dealership or through a separate institution, such as a bank. Going through a separate institution comes with its own advantages, but there are still plenty of times when financing through the dealership might be more beneficial – here are just five. 1. When You Have Excellent Credit
28 April 2016
Your previous financial mistakes should not prevent you from owning the vehicle you want. In fact, some lenders will still be willing to finance you for the car you want even with bad credit. This is because sometimes the vehicle may be deemed as collateral in case you fail to pay along the way. However, you need to play your part as well in order to be approved for the loan.
27 April 2016
An old client owes you money. Unfortunately, however, when you try to reach them, you realise their phone is disconnected, and the notices you post are being returned as well. How can you find your client to convince them to pay the bill? Here are some tips to help you: 1. Reach out to every number and address you have for that client Start with what you know. Call every number you have, and mail a notice about the debt to every address you have.