How can one get someone to take over car payments?
The best place to go for advice about someone taking over car payments is the local bank. They will be able to offer advice about what to do if someone is no longer able to pay their car payments.
You can take over the payments on a loan because the lending institution doesn't care who they get their money from BUT, until the car is paid in full, you have no rights to it and the responsibility for the car still is on the original purchasers credit. If you miss payments, the bank goes after him. They will not accept,,"someone else is supposed to be making the payments". You will own nothing and the…
You live in Florida you bought used car with an APR of 16 high monthly payments you have had the car for a year and you can not afford payments anymore Without ruined credit how can you get rid of car?
You have to sell the car. If you give it back, it will still look as a repossesion...a voluntary repossesion. You do not want someone to take over the payments,as there is no guarantee that the payments will be made on time. Sell the car or try to refinance the balance, it is the only way. Good Luck..
If you have someone else take over your car payments and they haven't made a payment in a few months can you legally take the car back?
No. Not if you signed the title over to the other person. If they don't pay the loan then your credit will take the hit. If the car is still registered in your name you can take it. If so, do you realize how risky it is to allow someone to drive a car that is registered in your name? You are responsible for any fines incurred, any damages in an accident, and especially if…
It is best to have the person buy the vehicle off you straight out. Then in turn, with the money you receive from him/her you pay the remainder of the loan. It gets too complicated for someone to take over car payments and you sure don't know this person. They could well leave the country and leave you holding the bag. Good luckMarcy
Yes, but typically the loan "originator" remains responsible unless the actual loan is transfered to the new purchaser. Letting someone "take over payments" on your loan is a very bad idea. If there should be an accident, the title is still in the sellers name and they remain ultimately responsible. I have had parents pay cash for a car for their kids and place themselves as the lienholder. Legally they can't be sued if there…
If you have been late on payments several times but never sixty days past due can car be repossessed?
You would have to read the contract to see if someone can "legally" repossess it. But ultimately, there is someone, somewhere who makes a decision. This person can continuously let is slide, or they can just get fed up one day and take, or have someone take your car. They also know that if you cannot afford payments then you will definitely not be able to afford back payments, penalty payments, and current payments all…
How can the cosigner of a car immediately have possession of it after it was repossessed by the bank?
I assume you took over the payments after the other owner missed payments. If you are caught up on all the payments then there would be no reason for them to repossess the vehicle. You need to contact the lender ASAP to make sure everything is fine. Failure to contact the lender may create a bad situation.
If you bought a car and the title and loan are in your name but you allowed a friend to take over and now the friend has stopped making payments can you take the vehicle back?
Can a cosigner take the primary borrower to court to get possession of the car that the primary has not made all the payments?
If you are taking over a car payment lease this month how long would it take for you to let someone else take over your lease car payments?
Bad idea!! This is called a voluntary repossession. Your credit will be ruined for 7 years, and you will still be responsible for the difference in what the bank sells the car for and the balance on the note. Go to the bank and sit down and work out new payments. Sell the car yourself and borrow the difference if you are upside-down on the loan. Have someone possibly take over the payments. Do whatever…
If one of my vehicles is taken over by some one making the payments can they take the paid for car in a judgment?
A person has a car and cannot afford it anymore and wants his friend to have car and take over the payments. However his friend lives in a different state. What state does the insurance have to bein?
Which ever state the driver lives in. But more important, the friend needs to have the car titled in his name. I sell cars, and have for 15 years. I can't tell you how many times I've seen people's credit ruined by trusting someone else to make their payments. Guess who is responsible for late payments or a repo? Not to mention the friend being in a car accident and someone gets hurt. Get your…