Yikes. I hope you're getting receipts from the seller. The cleanest way to do this deal is, to apply for a loan from a bank and do the transaction through the banks. Or, contact the bank that holds the note to see if you can assume it. If the seller defaulted on his payments, the bank would come get the car that you've been making good faith payments on. As this deal stands, you don't have much protection, or recourse, if the seller isn't making the payments to the bank, or defaults, later.
Depends on how much they owe on the bike and if the price of the bike includes pay off to their bank and you get the title. If there is a lean holder on the bike and after you buy it you don't get a title then no I would not buy the bike.
The thing to do it NOT to buy the car. Want to get yourself in a real mess, then purchase this car. Walk away!
The estate has to settle the loan, which may be done by selling it to you and using the money to pay off the loan.
You can buy it from the bank
i am 12 and have a bank card but can i buy stuff online with it
Best Buy does not own it's own bank. They use the services of Household Bank and Chase for their Credit Cards.
Borrowing from banks refers to the operation when an individual borrows money or takes a loan from a bank. The bank lends the individual money and this person will repay the loan to the bank. For ex: If I wanna buy a home, I will take a home loan from a bank and buy the house. Then I will pay my mortgage every month for the next few years and repay the money I borrowed from them.
you can buy online anytime.
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