Most likely, no, but it all depends on the credit history. In order to get a lease on a new car one needs to have a pretty well established credit history. If you've had a credit card for a while and/or a cellphone and made paymens on time and in full and if you have a checking and saving (especially) account then you have a pretty good chance. Having a steady job does helps.
The best solution is to go to dealerships and ask, sometimes when they really need to get some business they will do lots of things they wouldn't normally do.
If that doesn't work, then the best solution is to save some money, get a certificate of deposit, then take out a secured loan against the CD and either open another account at a different bank with the money or use it for something. When the CD expires you repay the loan in full. This will give you enough credit to start by getting a better credit card and then a few more months you should have enough credit to get a car.
A lease is kind of like a rental for a long period of time. You make a down-payment for the car that you would like (in this case, the Toyota Matrix) and then make monthly payments for a period of time (1,3, 5 years) and then return the car to the dealership after that period of time or buy out the lease.
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Any Ford dealership will have lease specials, especially to first-time lessees. For up-to-date information you can visit the Ford website and locate lease specials. Aside from that it's best to ask your local Ford salesman.
Yes, you can. When you lease a car you have the option of purchasing the vehicle at any time. When you go in to make a trade, the dealership will have to call the leasing company and get your payoff. Basically the dealership will pay the remaining balance of the lease and purchase the vehicle from the leasing company. It really depends on your situation, in a perfect world, the vehicle buyout would be the same as its trade in value but that is ususally not the case. If you have a closed end lease, you would be better off if you waited the lease out before purchasing a new vehicle. You may be fortunate enough to have vehicle that is worth more than the lease buy out amount. These days, there are a number of services which match people who are looking to lease cars with those who are looking to get out of a lease.
A deed grants full and absolute ownership of the property. You can sell it or leave it to your heirs by your will. A lease is a contract that permits you the use and possession of the property only, for a finite period of time and for consideration.
The first time I filled a lease form was several years ago when I was 20. I was using the lease to rent my first apartment
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Yes college students can get car's on a lease . Being that you are proablying working and a full time student. Car leasing will work very well with collge students helping boost credit and responsibilty.
It depends on your lease. If you don't have a lease, the rent can be raised at any time by any amount. If you do have a lease, check the lease. If their are limits raising the rent in the lease, then you can bring that to your landlord's attention. If they raise your rate more than what's in the lease, then you can sue them in order to get them to comply with the lease. If there are no limits identified in the lease, then the rent can be raised at any time by any amount.
The last day of the lease.
No. Anyone over 18 living at the house/apartment full time must be listed on the lease.
Breaking a lease is, breaking a lease regardless of reason. Buying a home has nothing to do with renting the one you are in now. And if you do break a lease, according to your lease terms, your landlord could sue you for loss of revenue during the time the rental home is vacant and up to the time your lease would normally expire. There are certain exceptions to the rule of breaking a lease, but buying a home is not one of them.
At the date the lease becomes onerous: Dr P&L Expense - onerous lease. Cr Balance Sheet Provision for onerous lease. Each time there is a rental payment on the lease: Dr Balance Sheet Provision for onerous lease. Cr Cash
8 days Above answer is not exactly correct. The default period of time (T1) is 1/2 the time of the original DHCP lease time. So if you have a lease time of 2 days then the first attempt to renew the lease will be in 1 day.
Typical lease time for a Cadillac CTS is 36 months. Your monthly lease payment depends on the price you negociate, the term (months), the lease-end residual value and the money factor (some form of interest) which depends on your credit score.
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That would depend on the terms of the lease.
If a tenant defaults on a lease (e.g., failure to pay rent on time, damage to the premises, keeping a pet when it is not part of the lease, etc. ) then the lessor can evict the tenant. At that point, the lessor can demand the full balance of the lease be paid immediately.Enforceability varies from state to state. You should see a lawyer specializing in landlord/tenant law if you are caught in this situation.Avoid any lease that has what appears to be an "Acceleration" clause.
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A car dealership does not have a certain length of time to tell you. It is better business practice to do so when they tell you they will, within a reasonable period of time.