It’s personal finance 101 that you’ll always get a better deal when you buy a used car. The original owner takes the depreciation hit and you get a barely-used car for 2/3rd of the price (or less!). You can take this a step further, though, a look for cars from dead manufacturers. Cars such […]
By Adam|March 14th, 2014|
The following is a guest post about car finance. If interested in submitting a guest post please read my guest post policy and then contact me.
Buying a new car is exciting, that’s for sure. Paying for that excitement can be confusing however, with so many car finance options available.
If you’re lucky enough to have the […]
By Adam|February 20th, 2014|
The following is a guest post about buying a car. If interested in submitting a guest post, please read my guest posting policy and then contact me.
How Should You Finance Your New Car?
Financing your car purchase through a lender is one way to get your new vehicle. You borrow the money from the lender […]
By Adam|November 12th, 2013|
The following is a guest post. If interested in submitting a guest post, please read my guest post policy and then contact me.
There are many, many benefits to buying a second hand car. However, it is only fair that you are made properly aware of the risks as well. Here are ten points that […]
By Adam|October 1st, 2013|
In this day and age, you are very lucky if you are able to purchase a car outright when looking for a new vehicle. For the majority of us, we will enter a car dealership knowing that we will have to come to some arrangement regarding car finance.
Borrowing money to pay for a new […]
By Adam|February 6th, 2013|
The following is a guest post about financing a new car. If interested in submitting a guest post, please read my guest posting policy and then contact me.
Buying a car can often be one of the costliest forms of expenditure behind buying a house. The key to investing in such necessities is saving as […]
By Jeremy Biberdorf|October 24th, 2012|
Besides buying a home and saving for retirement, your car buying decision is one of the bigger financial decisions you will make. Buy the wrong car and you could get buried in high monthly payments and expensive insurance. Or at the other end of the spectrum, you might cheap out too much and end […]
By Jeremy Biberdorf|October 18th, 2012|
When you purchase a vehicle, you basically have 3 options: finance, lease or pay with cash. I don’t know about you, but I don’t have the patience to save that much cash. Plus you’d get higher return on that money by investing it compared to financing interest rates. So realistically that leaves you with […]
By Adam|July 17th, 2012|
The following is a guest post.
In the current economic climate, many of us don’t have the required funds to go out and purchase a brand new, shiny car outright. However, thanks to the wonders of credit, this doesn’t necessarily mean that we can’t have what we want right now. Car credit is one of […]
By Adam|May 30th, 2012|
There comes a time when every young adult will inevitably have to return their parents’ car keys and decide whether to buy their own set of wheels or not. Whether that time comes in high school, during college or sometime after grad school graduation, there’s no doubt that eventually you’ll need to think about […]