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Basic Auto Loan Questions to Ask

You have the car of your dreams picked out, but your dreams are more expensive than you thought. You cannot afford to purchase a clear title, but there is always the option of asking your bank or the dealership to help finance your new vehicle. When approaching a lender, you should know some of the basic questions to ask.

  • What items do I need to bring?
    In order to check your credit report and quote you an interest rate many lenders require access to certain documents. Check stubs and bank account information are common requirements for an auto loan application.

  • What Annual Percentage Rate can you offer me?
    An APR includes the interest rate and other lending fees. This cost is affected by your credit score, but some lenders may be able to offer a better deal than others. Your APR determines how much interest you will pay overall.

  • How much will I be required to pay each month?
    Before you sign a loan contract you should know exactly how much money is expected from you each month. This amount includes the cost of the car, the interest, and any other fees. The amount you financed can be decreased by offering a larger down payment or by increasing the auto loan length. If you choose to increase your auto loan length you will end up paying more interest in the end. Also, don’t forget about the cost of insurance, license plates, and title transfer.

  • Can I pay off my loan early?
    Some banks and dealerships may charge additional fees when you make extra payments or pay off your loan early. A small fee may be acceptable if it allows you to pay off the loan earlier, though, because you could end up saving money on interest in the end.
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