Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Securing a Car Loan with a Poor Credit Rating

If you plan to purchase a new car, you would like to keep your finances ready before you go to the car dealer. Purchase of a car is a big decision and you would like the whole procedure to go smoothly without any hiccups. Before applying for a car loan check your transactions and your balance. Once you know how much you can afford with respect to your balance, you will know where your stand and how much you can spend for your car loan. If you have a secured credit rating then you will have no troubles getting your car loan approved by the bank or the car dealers. On the other hand if your credit transaction is not up to the mark then be prepared to fight for a car loan, and you may have to accept unfavorable credit terms in order to qualify.

A low balanced account does limit your options to get the car loan past but it doesn't isolate you. There are some options and procedures through which you can get your new car. The first thing that you should be sure of is that your finances are within reach before you go to your car dealer. This is for the flexibility with the dealer for his knowledge about your finances. If you can't find enough resources to finance the car then stay off from it, because then you may end up getting a high loan interest rate and may not get the best deal.

Talk to your bank about your low credit rating and see if they are willing to negotiate with you. If you already do banking with them they may be willing to give you some type of loan term since they have access to your financial records and know your spending habits. If your bank turns you down you can look on the Internet for loans that are available for people with a bad credit rating. Keep in mind that if you qualify for a bad credit loan that you’ll be paying a high interest rate since you’re considered an un-secure risk.

The situation, which is more buyer-friendly, is the one in which the buyer goes in for less percentage of loan and manages the rest on his own. Like getting 60 % financed and paying the 40 % or vice-versa. This reduces the buyer's liability and creditors insecurity. It is rightly said that there is no limit to one's desire but one gets what he or she deserves. So limit your desires or make the necessary changes to get what you want.The bottom line is to be prepared for the competition rather than brood over the system. All he best for buying the car.

Copyright 2006, Darlene Prestamo, All Rights Reserved. This article may be published on web sites or in newsletters provided this notice and the resource box is included without ammendment.

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