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Car Loans Cranston RI

Car loans are generally better understood than leasing, but there's much room for information and advice, particularly for inexperienced car buyers. Many car buyers, particularly new ones, overestimate their ability to pay and buy more car than they can afford.

AutoLoansInRhodeIsland.Com
Providence, RI
 
AutoLoansInRhodeIsland.Com
Providence, RI
 
Wells Fargo Home Mortgage
(401) 943-4630
201 Hillside Rd
Cranston, RI
 
Cranston Municipal Employees Credit Union
(401) 463-3010
1615 Pontiac Ave
Cranston, RI
 
South County Mortgage Corp
(401) 539-0900
120 Old Mountain Trl
Richmond, RI
 
state cap auto finace,llc
(508) 916-0427
1018 sate rd
westport, MA
 
Coast To Coast Mortgage & Funding
(401) 463-4000
1150 New London Ave
Cranston, RI
 
Credit North East
(401) 946-1222
815 Reservoir Ave
Cranston, RI
 
Coastway Credit Union
(401) 943-2885
1155 Reservoir Ave
Cranston, RI
 
Beneficial Mortgage Co of Rhode Island
(401) 769-1115
1910 Diamond Hill Rd
Woonsocket, RI
 

Car Loans

Although this web site is primarily about car leasing, many of our readers tell us that they have decided, instead, to buy with a loan. They want to know if we have tips and advice that might help them. Hence, this article, just for them.

Car loans are generally better understood than leasing, but there's much room for information and advice, particularly for inexperienced car buyers.

A car buyer's first encounter with loan payments typically comes from car salespeople who ask, "What kind of monthly payment are you looking for?" This is certainly a legitimate question but if you don't know how payments relate to vehicle price, interest rates, and loan terms, you are subject to paying too much, or even getting cheated. You may want to read our article, "."

Why do you need a car loan?
There are really only two reasons for needing a car loan:

  1. You don't have the cash needed to purchase the car you want.
  2. You have the cash, but you have better uses for it, such as for investments, paying off bills, or saving for emergencies.

If you are in the first category – don't have the cash – make sure you've taken a serious look at your finances to understand what you can afford.

Many car buyers, particularly new ones, overestimate their ability to pay and buy more car than they can afford. They often overlook the other expenses of owning and driving an automobile: insurance, gas, oil, routine maintenance, taxe...

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