Posts Tagged ‘financing’
Barrett Motors dealership sells used vehicles. One concern people have that we run across daily is if the vehicle will last that they’re getting financed for. You’ve probably read horror stories… (more…)
Okay. So you have bad credit. You’ve come to us at Barrett Motors—maybe as a last chance—to see if we will take a chance to give you financing for a dependable used car.
Unlike banks and other traditional lenders… (more…)
When you’ve begun the process of shopping for a different vehicle and have narrowed your choices of where you want to shop because of that dealership’s reputation, the next step is to find out what other people have to say about doing business there.
Reputation is a big thing. But people don’t typically start looking for a dealer based solely on reputation. They might. We do get those customers all the time who are referred to us from our satisfied clients. They come in not knowing us, but they’ve got a pretty good idea they want to buy from us. That’s a great thing.
But the reality of it is… (more…)
Bankruptcy is never easy. When you’ve gone through it, no one seems to want to do business with you anymore. It’s stressful. It’s embarrassing.
However, Barrett Motors staff looks at your situation differently. We congratulate you on recognizing your problem and doing something to get out of it. We offer a chance for your new beginning that will benefit you in the long run. We love to help customers get back on their feet by helping them find a perfect vehicle, finance them, and build their credit back up again with payments they can afford.
Despite what you may think, it’s pretty normal to have poor credit issues during your lifetime.
Even people with bruised credit still need to make large purchases, such as reliable transportation. The good news is, there are options to buy a vehicle—even if you have bad credit. Here are a few things to keep in mind.
One minute you’re driving down the road, taking care of business. Maybe you’re headed to a grocery store, or driving home from work, or taking your family to Muddy Creek Nature Preserve for a picnic.
Someone rear-ends your vehicle and totals it.
Hopefully, no one was injured. But now what?
A lot of people have poor credit issues.
Maybe you fell behind on payments when you were sick. Perhaps your position at work was terminated or down-sized and you didn’t make the cut. Your car might have been repossessed when you were younger. Or maybe you maxed out all of your credit cards and have been paying them off—but your car just bit the dust…