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Getting an Auto Loan

You are ready to buy your new car. You’ve put in time researching features and options, gas mileage, and reviews. It is time to think about getting that car loan. There are a few points to consider when getting your resizedloan.

Down Payment 

The amount of your down payment will affect your auto loan. The more you can afford to put towards your car initially, the better off you are. A higher down payment in the beginning means less money that you have to borrow and smaller payments monthly.

Interest Rate

Any large purchase that requires a loan will seek information from your credit history to determine how likely you are to repay the loan. Your credit history is the most important factor that will determine your interest rate. The higher your credit score, the lower your interest rate will be because the loan company deems you more likely to pay off your debt. It is wise to check your own credit score before attempting to take out an auto loan. If you find any negative points (or discrepancies) in it, you may want to take some time to clear those up before you make your purchase. Sometimes it can take just a few months to clear negative points from your record, and it may benefit you greatly to wait if possible. The financing company you choose is the other factor that will affect your interest. Many people just accept the financing available at a dealership, but you can also obtain financing from your bank or credit union. It can save you some money to do your research.

Length of the Loan

Another important factor to consider when purchasing a new vehicle is the length of the loan. Typically, the longer your loan period, the smaller your monthly payments. While it may be beneficial to extend the length of the loan to five or six years to lower your monthly payments, that also means you are paying more in interest as well. Sometimes a shorter loan length, such as two or three years, is a better option if you can afford it. Your monthly payments will be higher, but your loan will be paid off more quickly with less interest overall.

If you are looking to purchase a new car, these are some very important factors to consider. A new car is a major purchase that will be with you for a long time, so shop wisely!


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