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I already have around $800-1000 saved. I want to buy the car outright (dont want full coverage insurance on the car). And i need a extra $1000-2000 (for a total of $2000-3000). I already know i have bad credit, and i dont have a co-signer. Is there anywhere i can go to to get a loan (dont have any friends or family that could do it). I have had a job for 14 months and i make minimum $1450 a month, and make as much as $1650 a month. Someone please help.
Unless you have access to a credit union through your employer, you will most likely have to save up the money you need. Bad credit is bad credit.
You cannot get an auto loan for that little. The chances are, the car would be over 5 years old and have too many miles on it. Also, if you financed even 2k of a car loan, you have to carry full auto coverage insurance. A personal loan is out of the question due to your bad credit. You are just going to have to keep saving or visit a buy here/pay here lot with the money you do have and see if they can work a deal for you with your credit. Thing is, they are going to charge you a ton in interest, and the car will be selling for more than it is worth.
I agree that you should check to see if you have access to a credit union. They will be much more flexible than any bank. In addition to the possibility of a credit union through your job, you may be eligible to join another credit union. For example, if you previously. served in the military, you can join Navy Federal Credit Union or the Pentagon Credit Union. Some credit unions are based on the area you live or work in, so that's a third possibility. But if you can't join a credit union, or if you get turned down even there, used car dealers are accustomed to financing purchases from people with damaged credit. You will pay a huge interest rate, and you need to be 100 percent sure that you will be able to pay the loan on time. (Used car financing lenders are NOT known for their flexibility.) But if you can't postpone the purchase until you've saved up, it is one option. Don't bother with the used car section of a new car dealer. You would need to go to an actual used car lot. Some of them say things like "we finance everyone." They mean it, but they give you rates that sound like a loan shark. Good luck!
Here is how buy here pay here car dealers operate You will often get a car that is worth (At wholesale) not much more than your down payment yet you will owe many thousands more plus a high rate of interest. For example, if you put $800 down, you might get a car with a wholesale value of $700-1200 and your balance to be financed will be $3500-3900 or more. Plus interest at 21-29%. On somewhat nicer stuff, say $1500 down, you might get a $2500 wholesale unit Yet owe $5900-6900 more plus interest. And at 21-29% that interest can REALLY add up. Most cars are sold as is. Any "service contracts" they sell are usually worthless too. Often , the car will break down sometime before its paid off . That's your problem, not the dealers and you cant stop paying because of it. So, TRUST me when I say your best bet is to save up $1200-2000, shop around for a really good deal from a private party, have an independent mechanic check it out only AFTER you are sure you want it and have agreed on a price. Then have him make sure its a good car. There is no such thing as a "good deal" at a buy here pay here car dealer. And BHPH dealers often know nothing or do nothing to their cars. They go from Auction to their lot to you. They have no idea whats wrong or might go wrong soon. And they don't really care. With bad credit,(Or no credit or cosigner) you simply cant afford to borrow....for ANYTHING. Now, all that being said and knowing how many people are, they are going to ignore my advice and buy from one anyway. As I said, THEY ARE ALL BAD DEALS. But, if you have to choose one, choose one who demand the most amount of financial information from you and trys to "set you up to succeed". They make more of an effort to buy a car that will last the length of the note and they will insist that you pay exactly how you get paid....if you get paid weekly, your car payment is due weekly. If you get paid every 2 weeks, your car note is every 2 weeks. Why do they want this and why is it good ? Because they know quicker if you are falling behind and there is a smaller chance of an emergency or monthly rent taking priority over the car note. The "better" of the BHPH notes will also try to go over your budget with you so that they can see how reasonable it is that you WILL pay as agreed. The bad ones don't care and will sell to you just to repo as soon as you are late. If they can see from your budget that you cant afford the car, they are less likely to sell it to you where the bad dealer will just sell to you to get your down payment.
A personal or unsecured loan is out of the question. Banks now require good credit ratings. Anything you see online on these types of loans will be a scam. Do you have items of value? Such as jewelry, computers, tv's, music equipment? Perhaps a family member will take these in exchange for your loan. If you fail to pay back, they can keep the items. Offer them a full contract with the exact date you will pay back, if not, they keep the items. You can also try to do this with a pawn shop. They will give you 1/3 the value as a short term loan. Fail to pay back, and they simply keep the items. Take your minnesota with you, since they will run a background criminal check..
Keep saving...you can't get an auto loan for that amount and with your bad credit you won't get approved for a personal loan.