What would you like to do?
740 or better beacon score however dealer can set higher standards on this if it is a higher priced vehicle.
All new accounts impact your credit score, usually causing a decrease. Since your credit file is a history of how you have managed debt in the past, a new account has no hist…ory to show how you have paid the payments; hence, your score receives a deduction. This deduction remains in effect for 2-3 years, but tapers off sharply after 6 months, after which you start to get some additions for how you have paid on the account (hopefully those payments will be on time). FYI: Any account under a decade is considered "young" or "new" to the scoring programs. There are major benefits to have accounts open, active and paid currently for many years. Your score also takes a hit for any/all inquiries related to opening a new account.
I,ve been told that typically if your just starting out with credit, for an installment loan, most lenders would like to see at least 1 yr to 1 yr and 6 mths solid credi…t history
Unfortunately (for borrowers) some car dealerships will give a loan to anyone regardless of credit score. The problem you'll face is that you'll get unfavorable loan terms - s…pecifically APR, or length of the loan. There's no specific FICO score that enables you to get a car loan, but you will pay a lot more if your credit score is bad. Before applying for a substantial loan - if you can - clean up your credit history for 6-12 months to help qualify you to get better contract terms.
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Having a credit score below 680 will make it difficult to finance a $30,000 car, as you will most likely have to purchase premium insurance. This can range from 6.5-12.9%.… If your credit score is between 680 and 739, you'll probably pay about a 4.5% rate. However, if your credit score is between 740 and 850, you'll have a much better chance of financing your car and paying a much lower rate. With a high credit score, you're likely to pay about a 3.9% interest rate.
Does credit score improve if you purchase a new car by financing instead of paying it all with cash?
Yes...If you get a car loan and make your payments on time this will help your credit score. If you pay in cash, nothing will be reported to the credit agencies.
Generally used car financing requires a credit score of 680 or higher to be sure to be approved and get reasonable rates. If you are obtaining financing directly from the sell…er/dealership and put down at least 25%, someone with a credit score of 650 should find success. If you don't, however, have the income to support the payments, you WILL be turned down.
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If I have 75 percent for a downpayment on a car will my credit score affect the remaining amount to be financed?
no you should be fine with the 75%
Yes, but I doubt if your get a good interest rate. Also they may try to finance you through a second chance bank or in house and that's where the fun begins. Interest rates th…rough the roof.
588 is a pretty low credit score. I am sure you can find a place that will finance you, depending on a couple things: 1) The price of the car you want to finance. 2) The a…mount of down payment you have. 3) The amount of collateral you have in possession. A low credit score will result in a high interest rate. A high interest rate will result in a long / higher payment.
Financing through a dealership can be acquired even if you have a low credit score. See an individual dealership for details. They can discuss options for your individual situ…ation.
With a credit score of 550 it would be almost impossible to get a car loan unless you went to a company that states: 'Good credit, bad credit, with $39 down................'. …The downside to places like this is you will have a very high payment and interest rate, but after a year you can show good payment history and refinance.
Yes you can...you need to have about 3-5000 down for definite approval