The Guardian view on car finance: risky credit | Editorial

As our series on debt shows, personal contract purchase agreements, PCPs, now account for 80% of new cars sold. The suspicion is that too many people are buying cars using financial products they do not fully understand. 19-09-17
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The Guardian view on car finance: risky credit | Editorial
As our series on debt shows, personal contract purchase agreements, PCPs, now account for 80% of new cars sold. The suspicion is that too many people are buying cars using financial products they do not fully understand.
Used car lots and loan! HOW IT WORKS? a) So your cosigner backed out then? No surprise there, you're a bad credit risk. TFB b) There is no guaranteed loan approval anywhere. When your credit sucks or you have none, that's just TFB. Financing through a dealer or a bank amounts to the same thing. 99% of used car dealers don't finance you, they find a lender who is willing to finance you. If their lender won't approve a loan, TFB. c) If you want to build credit, get a credit card of some sort, like a Sears card with a credit limit of $200. Buy something and then pay it off in equal payments every month for 6 months. Then you'll have credit and you can up the limit to maybe $1000. So buy something else and pay it off again. When you can get your credit limit to around $4000 and have another $1000 for cash down payment, THEN you can finance a car for 5 grand. Until then, go without or get a better job so you can afford one for cash in a few months. p.s. it's spelled THROUGH. Fail!!!
What are the chances of getting approved for a used car loan a few years after bankruptcy? If her credit score is 650 or better, she should be able to finance a car anyplace she wants to UNLESS her debt to income ratio is too high with her mortgage and credit cards. DO NOT use LendingTree. Look for other options. It would be better to use the credit card if you have one or two cards that have enough available credit and then pay the balances down. If you have a card with a cash rewards plan, you might even earn "cash back" on the purchase. If you are able to finance the vehicle without using the car lots lending sources, you might also be able to talk them down a few hundred on the price.
I’ve never had a credit card/credit score, why does it label me as a delinquent? 'Delinquent' in finance/credit terms means you don't pay your bills on time - so you ARE delinquent So who else is going to want to basically lend you their money either via a credit card or a loan etc, when you have proven you can't or won't repay it ? Not many I'm afraid. all missed / late payments are reported to the credit agencies and when other credit companies come to check you out - your missed / late payments etc are shown to them. Not having a credit card has nothing to do with the situation and everyone has some sort of 'credit score'. Even someone who has just turned 18, would have a credit score - a non-existent one, but a score none the less
I need to apply for a loan online, what is the best company to choose? Bad credit stays on your credit files for 7 years. No bank or finance co in their mind would give you loan
Which is better buying or leasing a car? On a lease, you finance only a portion of the price of the vehicle, and pay that for a set amount of time (typically 24-36 months). For example: Vehicle A costs $25,000. At the end of a 36 month lease, it is worth $15,000, or 60% of it's original value. This is known as the residual value. Put the residual to the side, and forget about it for now. You will finance the remaining $10,000 over the 36 month lease. There are limitations to a lease, such as miles. These are set up front, and are designed to ensure that the value is what was quoted at the time of purchase. At the end of the lease, you have numerous options. 1. Turn in the vehicle, and walk away. 2. Turn in the vehicle, and lease another. 3. If you have low miles, trade it in, and use the equity towards another lease or purchase. 4. Finance the residual value, and keep the car. A lease is good for someone who purchases a vehicle every few years. Rather than accrue thousands in negative equity, you start fresh every time. Your car will always be under warranty, so repair costs are minimal. Understand that it takes MUCH better credit/credit history to lease a car. If you don't have a credit score of over 700, at least 5 years of credit history, and good auto credit, it's not going to happen. On a purchase, you come to terms on a price, and finance the vehicle for a set amount of time (typically 60-72 months). At the end of the finance term, the vehicle is paid off in full. The lien-holder will then send the title to you, and you legally own the vehicle. A purchase is good for someone who will keep their car after it's paid off. Once the car is paid off, all you need to pay is maintenance and upkeep. You can drive as much as you like. There are no limitations on mileage, upgrades, etc. It's your car, and you can do as you please. A cash deal is very simple. Negotiate the price of the vehicle, pay for it, and receive the title.
Is there any way to get a better deal on a car if i pay more in cash? Only if the dealer is seriously in need of instant cash. He'll actually get more from a financed deal as he get's a part of the finance charge unless you go through a credit union. Banks give them a kick back but credit unions don't.
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