Dealers in cars are able to make a lot of money on financing contracts for cars. Bad credit car loans attract a high interest rate, thus enabling dealers to earn in thousands. Very often a car is sold at invoice as per the advertisement put up by the dealer. All the time media like the radio and TV provide information on this. Car dealers are able to make enough money on the contracts for financing cars. Regular dealers submit your application for credit on your car to other lenders outside.
Rethink, before signing the contract:
By getting you to sign the contract these car dealers are able to make money on the contract. They are concerned with just making their money, and are least concerned with whom they are getting you to sign the contract with. These loan contracts are a source of generating income for the car dealers. If they find that they are not able to generate that extra money out of your contract with them, then there are chances that they will cancel the loan contract.
Car dealers often get your car loan approved by submitting the application for your car loan to the company providing loans. The car dealer becomes a middle person so that he can earn money on the contract. If the car dealer is not able to earn money on your contract then you may not be offered the same rate of interest that the loan company has offered, just because the dealer is cannot make money on the contract. As you do not have a direct contact with the loan company, you may not be informed about the exact rate of interest offered by the loan company.
For example you may be told that the loan company is offering 11%, 12%, 13% 143% or much more interest, even if the loan company has approved at a lesser rate for example at 9%. In the terms used by dealers it is called adding “points”, which is a very polished way of saying that, he is jacking up with the interest rate of the customer. Dealers often added several points to the bad credit auto loans.
Better awareness about car dealerships helps:
The customer is generally desperate to get the loan approved and hence is more than willing to sign just about any deal, without thinking too much in detail. As a result the dealer gets away with this, by having customers with bad credit. bankrate.com explains this situation of a customer as that of a rabbit who runs after the approval of the loan, as if it were the carrot held by the car dealer.
The blemishes that your credit report has, forces you to have a difficult time to get the loan approved. Dealers are aware of this, and the more you chase this approval, higher the rate of interest you may have to pay for the auto loan. An alert and smarter customer will not get nailed with a higher rate of interest. The dealer will gain a profit out of the dealership by getting a higher rate of interest approved from the loan company. Shelling out more dollars a month for the car payments is definitely going to cost you dearly.
Dealers are able to make more finance on newer cars and hence try and advertise new cars at invoice most of the time. Front end profit is the profit earned by the dealer, when the selling price of the car is above the actual cost. Dealers find it easier to make thousands of dollars on loan contracts and try to convince cash paying customers into going in for loans instead.
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