If you have bad credit, it can feel like the whole world is against you. Bad credit can make it impossible to find a loan to continue your education or buy a new car, limit your housing options and even make it more difficult to find a job.
If you have been considering purchasing a used car to start the year, you're certainly not alone. Used car sales are expected to grow exponentially in 2018, blowing 2017 out of the water!
Now that the holidays are here and the end of the year is quickly approaching, now is the time to make sure that your vehicle is ready to handle the dangerous weather that Mother Nature can throw out in the form of hail, snow and ice.
Most people in Pennsylvania know that the winters in the Keystone State can be particularly harsh. Between blizzards, freezing rain and sheets upon sheets of black ice, it is quite important a vehicle that is safe to drive during the winter. Unfortunately, if you're looking to purchase a vehicle after dealing with financial issues, you may not be able to get the safety features that you need to safely travel this winter.
If you've noticed that you're getting rejected for a number of auto loans from every local lender that you've applied to, your credit score may be to blame. Banks around the country are tightening their belts and raising the credit standards related to auto loans. This is evident as nearly a third of new auto loans are now given to consumers with a credit score of over 720.
If you've been thinking about buying a new car, some experts say that it may be better to act sooner rather than later. Used automobile prices have hit a record high in the South following the devastation of Hurricane Harvey. It's possible that this trend will continue to the rest of the country as well, as demands for replacement vehicles escalate in the coming months.
Now that summer is coming to a close, most of us are preparing to head back to school or work, and we might be thinking about all the things we need before fall arrives. If you need a car but have been putting off looking at models for financial reasons, now is the perfect time to make the next investment for yourself!
Most college students are on a pretty tight budget as well as a tight schedule. When it comes to juggling classes, lab practicals, exams, extracurricular activities, internships, and work, many college students find that a car can help them to better manage and plan their days.
There aren’t many things that most people depend on every single day, but a car is one of them. We depend on our cars to get us to school, work, our children’s daycare, run errands like grocery shopping and make it to doctor’s appointments on time.
If you have bad credit, you’re not alone. Most Americans have made some poor financial decisions in their life, but unfortunately, those bad choices can leave us with a lifetime of less-than-stellar credit.
Bathed in a luscious red hue, you can’t keep your eyes off that dream car every time you drive past your local dealership. It’s too bad your poor credit score will most likely prevent you from obtaining an auto loan and purchasing it, however.
Trying to receive a decent auto loan with bad credit or when dealing with financial difficulty can be a headache. At PA Auto Credit, our goal is to help drivers with bad credit get an auto loan in Philadelphia, PA and the surrounding areas. We are constantly looking for new ways to simplify the car loan process.
Everyone is looking for a simpler way to do things. Many of the greatest inventions were created to make our lives easier.
Even though we often hear that our country’s economy is on the rebound, most of us have spent nearly a decade struggling to make ends meet in the wake of the 2008 recession.
It’s A Buyer’s Market for Late Model Vehicles, and We Can Get You Behind the Wheel for a Great Price
Right now is the time to stop thinking about getting yourself behind the wheel of a late model vehicle and start thinking about which one you want, because supply is up and demand is down. Why does that matter? Simply put: No one is buying cars right now, and dealers need to sell what they currently have in stock -- and they’re willing to slash prices to unprecedentedly low figures to do so. It’s a buyer’s market, folks.
If you’re like so many residents of Philadelphia and its nearby towns, you rely heavily on public transportation to get where you need to go -- specifically, SEPTA. However, if our city’s public transportation system has taught us anything in recent months, it’s that SEPTA and its cousins together make up an institution that doesn’t care very much about the people it was originally conceived to serve.
Here at PA Auto Credit, people with problematic credit in Bucks County, PA and its neighboring communities have been taking advantage of our Buy Here Pay Here program to get themselves behind the wheel of new and used cars for years.