by Lori Straus Financing a new car can get you behind the wheel years before you’ve saved up enough to pay for one outright. For some, that’s a luxury: they’d rather drive now and pay later. For others, it’s reality: to earn money, they have to drive now and pay later. Whatever your situation, though,... Read More.
If you have bad credit, you may believe you’re stuck with the sludge at the bottom of the gutter when it comes to car loans. You’re not. If you want to buy a car but have bad credit, you still have financing options.... Read More.
Financing a car for the first time can be really exciting: you finally get your own set of wheels and can go wherever you want! Below you’ll find tips for financing cars for beginners. You’ll learn about things to consider and research before jumping into that first financed purchase.... Read More.
For most Canadians, buying a used car involves seeking financing to make it direct and easy. Power Information Network (PIN) pegs the average monthly payment for new vehicles at $570/month which represents 18% of what the average Canadian earns.... Read More.