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Yes, because the car loan companies/banks will need the proof to see that the costumer can pay the loan back with ease. They need to know that the costumer will be paying them back. Most cases if someone has a good reputation/past with another case and that person have proof then it will be easier to get the loan.
There are many places one might go get a car loan if one had bad credit. One of the best options for anyone seeking a car loan would be one's financial institution.
A good credit score for getting a car loan is 740 to 850, and the interest rate is only 3.2% on average. An average credit score is 680 to 739, and the interest rate is 4.5% on average. A sub-prime credit score is 680 and below, and the interest rate is 6.5% to 12.9% on average.
One can get an auto loan refinance with bad credit from several providers of this type of loan from such companies as, Road Loans, Get Me Car Finance and Midland Credit.
There are a few ways someone can purchase a car when they have bad credit. A person could always pay cash for a car and not have to worry about their credit. Also, a person could use a high risk loan.
A person with good credit and an ability to pay signing on a loan for another person and guaranteeing the loan.
The cosigner's credit will only be affected if the person that they cosign for defaults on the loan. The bankruptcy will not affect the cosigners credit.
Yes, if both people apply for a joint loan, both credit reports will be used to determine the elgibility of the borrowers.
Both parties on the loan. Co-signer and other person they co-signed for
The person with bad credit pays back the loan that the good credit helped him with in good payment statis. Have payment met on time or a little early will help the person with bad credit. The person with good credit is very generous with his credit. If the bad credit person does not pay on time or falters the loan. the Good credit person will have a problem . Not the bad credit person. Helping someone get back on their feet is a good thing. Make sure that your Good credit is not in jepordy.
It is unlikely that a bank would give a person a loan who has a credit score of 547. A good credit score for a loan would be between 700-800.
The note and mortgage must be signed by the owner of the property. The lender checks the credit record of the person who signs the loan application. If you didn't sign the loan application then you are not responsible for paying the loan and your credit isn't affected.
Your loan will not be affected by your spouses debt as long as you are not associated with her accounts thru those companies.
No, the bank or Loan Co. has to do a credit check and place of employment which could take up to a week or so, if the credit check is not in good standing, or if the person is unemployed then of course no loan
a blind person with good credit has a more chance than a person who can see with bad credit maybe it's the credit of the person
A loan extended to a person is called credit.