Auto Loans

11
Jul
Refinance Car Loan Calculator: How Much Could You Save?

An auto refinance loan might save you money on your car loan. Use our car loan refinance calculator to find out if you could save money with a car refinance loan.

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03
Jul
Best Auto Loans for 2019

Most individuals need to use auto loans when buying a new car. An auto loan spreads out the car payments for the purchase to make it more affordable. However, not all auto loans are created equal. Find the best auto loans available to qualified borrowers today.

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29
Jun
Auto Loan Rates: Used, New, and Refinance

Borrowers with poor credit paid an average annual percentage rate of 14.97% on new auto loans in Q1 2019. That number was 8.08% APR for people with fair credit, 5.12% for prime borrowers, and 4.20% for borrowers with excellent credit.

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25
Jun
Boat Loan Calculator: Estimate Your Payments

The cost of boat financing will be determined based on how much you borrow, the length of your loan, and your interest rates. Our boat loan calculator will help you understand how much it costs to finance a boat.

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20
Jun
Auto Loan Calculator: Estimate Your Car Payment

Shopping around for the right auto loan can help you find the best terms — but before you start applying, you need to use an auto loan calculator to understand how much your car payment will be and what interest you’ll pay over the life of your loan.

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11
Jun
Auto Loan Refinance: Best Rates & Lenders of 2019

Most people borrow for their cars—but sometimes those loans are more expensive than they should be. Perhaps you didn’t shop around for your car loan initially, rates were higher, or your credit was lower at the time you bought and you were stuck with a bad credit auto loan. Whatever the reason, if you’re paying a […]

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26
Apr
What is the Average Cost of Owning a Car?

The yearly cost of owning a car can vary depending on factors like the type of car you own, the location you live, and the way you drive. Currently, the average cost of owning a car is $6,777 for a small sedan and $9,677 for a minivan.

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16
Apr
Best RV Loans: Compare Rates

RV loans give you the funds you need to buy a recreational vehicle, such as a motor home or camper van. You may be able to finance with your dealer, but you should also compare online lenders including US Bank, LightStream, Mountain American Credit Union, and USAA. This guide to RV loans will help you compare these options and more.

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14
Mar
Boro Auto Loans for College Students Review

Boro auto loans are designed for college students with no credit. Qualifying for a loan is easy, and Boro doesn't require a cosigner, unlike most other lenders but there are downsides to consider.

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13
Mar
Should You Get an Auto Loan or Lease From Ford Credit?

Dealer financing for a car can be an attractive and popular option, depending on the situation. However, it’s important to compare your offer from Ford Credit with other options before you move forward in your car search. Most deals depend on the type of car you choose as well as your credit.

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