Canadians know that comparing online is the best way to find a good deal. Although not when it comes to car loans, apparently.
So, you’re about to buy a car. You’ve picked the one you want and you’re ready to submit an application for a loan.
People can use loans for a variety of purposes, from settling debts to purchasing the home of their dreams.
If you’re looking to purchase a vehicle, and you don't have all the funds lying around, you might be looking at ways you can get help to finance the purchase.
When you’re applying for a car loan, lenders and insurers will be looking at a range of criteria to determine how risky you are with your loan and purchased vehicle.
The differences between renting and leasing a vehicle are pretty huge, as one involves ownership and the other does not. Renting involves a charge for each increment of time (by the hour or day).
Securing all the funds necessary to purchase the car of your dreams (or the car you need right now) can be a frustrating, tricky experience