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The three main credit reporting agencies are Equifax Experian and TransUnion. 3. Know Your FICO Score This plays a big part in whether you will be approved and the interest rate of your auto loan. Your FICO scores are the credit calculations or scores many lenders use to determine your credit worthiness. The FICO credit score range is widely accepted to be between 300 and 850 the higher the better. Raising low FICO scores not only can help you get the lowest interest auto loan but will also save you thousands on the total cost of the car. 4. Dealing With Bad Credit It is not impossible to get a low interest auto loan with bad credit. In a perfect world you will have your bad credit erased but as you know this can take time. Time which you may not have before you need a car.
There can be a lot of differing factors that can either work in your favor or against you when you are applying for online auto financing. For instance: * Are you employed full or part time? If you are not employed do you have an income? Not being employed is not necessarily a game stopper but if you plan to have your name on the title of the car and on the auto finance you will need to demonstrate that you have either a job regular income or other funds that you will be paying your monthly auto loan payment from. Of course the higher that your income is the easier it will be to qualify for lower interest rate first time buyer auto loan programs. * Do you have no credit history because you are just starting out your financial life or do you have a bad credit history/low credit score because you have had a few credit slip-ups in the past? Dealerships will certainly work with you in either case. However if you have a low credit score depending on how bad your credit history is the dealership may be inclined to offer you a higher rate of interest and a lower credit limit on first time buyer auto loans as opposed to someone that has not made any credit mistakes in their financial life yet.
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Some negative factors that might be considered when you apply for auto loans are: • How long ago was the last negative entry on your credit report? • Do you have accounts that are currently in arrears or in default? • Have you had a car repossessed in the past few years? • Are you currently in bankruptcy or has your bankruptcy been discharged? • How low is your credit score? • What is the ratio of how much credit that is available to you (e.g. credit cards and open loans) as compared to your debt? That being said there still are factors that can mitigate an automotive dealership or lenders risk to positively influence the outcome of your application: • Do you have money for a down payment available? Even if a down payment is not required making one can be a smart thing to do.