June 2017

Automotive Finance, Credit Education, Used Cars

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predatory car loans

Auto loans are a necessary reality of Canada’s vehicle purchasing landscape. Most people can’t afford, or are unwilling, to drop the entire cost of a car, up front. In the used car industry, loans can help to maximize a vehicle’s affordability, if the applicant has the right kind of credit. That being said, consumers with…

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Automotive Finance, Tips, Used Cars

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used car finance

As with any financial decision, comparison-shopping for auto loans is of utmost importance. Discovering the various rates, policies, and approvals available to you is the only way to determine whether or not you’re getting the best deal possible. From this marketplace, a variety of programs, institutions, and specialists have sprung forth. Before, auto lending was…

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Ride Time, Tips, Used Car Dealer, Used Cars

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used car smell

Everyone loves it! That new car smell that wafts into your nostrils the moment you enter that pristine piece of exquisite machinery. It’s like sliding into a Jacuzzi full of freshly opened tennis balls. It’s like standing barefoot on hot cement, it burns a little, but you still can’t help grabbing another sniff. Still, despite…

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Automotive Finance, Ride Time

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Auto Loan Lender

Credit is something that is, for the most part, very difficult to control. It’s nearly impossible to truly finesse your credit score into being anything in particular. So many different variables collide when evaluating one’s credit score that it can often be surprising how good or bad your credit has become. Between rent payments, bills,…

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Ride Time, Used Cars

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canadian used car industry

When talking about the Canadian used car industry, a conversation about the Canadian economy must be in accompaniment. The only way to understand the trends and phenomena echoing through this industry is to understand the trends and phenomena occurring in tandem throughout the economy. The condition of the national currency, credit, and unemployment rate all…

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