Many people don’t see anything wrong with renting a home instead of buying one, so why do some people take issue with leasing a car? The two scenarios are really not much different, and there are many people who could benefit from leasing as opposed to financing. Here are some reasons why leasing could be right for you.
More and more people are upside-down on their car loans, which means they owe more on their car loan than the car is actually worth. So, not even selling the car could cover the remainder of the loan. There are a number of reasons that people find themselves in this situation, and some options for when you’re upside-down on your car loan.
Why are so many people upside-down on their loans?
Though sometimes teased for its practicality and standard “soccer mom” look, the minivan has tons of great features that are perfect for large families. For years, parents have seen the benefits of buying a minivan, and care less about the cheesy stigma that might be attached to it. Frankly, the minivan is one of the best cars for big families. So, when it’s time to move to the minivan, here are some important features that you might want to consider.
It is nearly impossible for the average American to pay cash for a new car unless they’ve done some serious planning and saving during the previous years. This is why there are financing options for those in need of a new (or used) car. But there are a number of choices that you can pick from on how you can get your hands on that vehicle… how do you know which option is right for you? Hopefully this will help with understanding your car financing options.
One of the reasons that buying a new car is stressful is because many dealers design it that way. A stressed, impatient, exhausted customer is more willing to agree with what the salesperson is offering, rather than taking the effort to fight it. The longer the sales process carries on, and the more tired you are, the odds increase that you will give up money that you would if you were at your most vigilant. But there are ways that new car buyers can save money, as long as they follow their gut, and a few simple tips.
You should never show up at an auto dealership unarmed. First, you need to arm yourself with information on what kind of car you want, the price ranges of those cars, and how you might be able to get a deal on the car you choose. Because a new car is going to be on the pricier side, here are some tips on how you might be able to score a deal on your new car.
As you look for a new car, you may be thinking about trading in your old one. While it’s no secret that you won’t get as much for a trade in as if you were selling it yourself, there are some steps you can take to get a better deal when you trade in your used car. If you’re willing to take a bit of a hit in your potential profits for the convenience of trading in, you should start preparing before you step foot on the lot.
If you want to get a great deal on the car you buy, and have the process go as smoothly as possible, there are some steps you should take as you move into the car buying process. You should prepare and collect information (and maybe even line up financing) before you end up on a dealer’s lot; you should negotiate and be vigilant during your time at the dealership; and you should remember a few steps to take after you sign on the dotted line.
When your teen is going to be driving for the first time, you’ll probably wonder what cars would be best for your new driver. You could be considering whether or not you should get a new car with all the latest in safety features, or a used car that could save you some cash. Splurging for a new car may be the way to go, but here are some things to consider when determining whether or not you should get your teen a new car.
When you are looking to buy a new car, there may be some unfamiliar words that are brought up. The more knowledgeable you are about the car buying process (and the lingo used) the more comfortable you will feel when you go to buy your car. And the more comfortable you are, the better your chances will be to get a good deal on your new car. Here are some common new car terms that you should become familiar with.