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Before You Buy That Car


The process of purchasing a car can be difficult if you don’t know where to begin. Many ads come across the TV screen urging you to come on down and get the deal of a lifetime. All the information thrown your way can be quite overwhelming if you don’t slow down and figure out what you need to do before you sign on the dotted line. Luckily, the steps to purchasing a car aren’t difficult at all and just require common sense and knowledge of your financial situation.

Your Credit…Sigh

Yes. Buying a car is yet another investment that requires a credit check. Once again, any lender who looks at your credit and considers giving you a loan needs to know that you pay your bills. Having good credit is a definite advantage and a great way to bend the odds in your favor when it comes to getting a car loan. Imagine going into a Dodge Dealer Passaic County and hoping to get a car loan with poor credit. The dealership would consider you a risk and you probably wouldn’t get the loan.

The Car

Decide what kind of car you want and determine what it will cost. Do you want to buy new or used? Does the car suit your lifestyle and needs? Consider the practicality and function of the car as it relates to your life. In other words, if you have three kids a convertible without a backseat is probably not a practical choice for you. This doesn’t mean that you can’t have what you want. Rather, it means that you may have to make a few adjustments and compromise a little. Perhaps you could go for a convertible with a backseat or settle for a car with a sunroof. Believe it or not, there are ways to get most of what you want and still satisfy the function and common sense requirement.

To Trade or Not to Trade

If you already have a car that’s paid for, it can be used as payment towards the new car. This makes getting the car that you want more affordable because you won’t be paying the full price for it. Depending on what your existing car is appraised for, you may not be paying much at all. It’s your choice. If you can’t bear to part with your old beloved car keep it and negotiate the best possible price on your new car. Either way, you still win as long you consider your finances and your lifestyle and are honest about what you can truly afford and how well it accommodates your needs and wants.

Making the choice to buy a car is not hard. It just requires a little common sense and research to select a car that fits both your lifestyle and budget. Know your credit score so that your chances of getting a loan are better. Select a car and do the research on it in terms of price and function. Last but not least, decide if you want to use your existing car for a trade-in if you have one. You can’t go wrong if you rake your time and do your research.

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