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Legitimate and Safe Phoenix Car Title Loans

By | March 4th, 2013|Archive, Chandler, Uncategorized|

Most people are wary of car title loans as the lenders are considered unscrupulous with high interest rates and penalties on non-payment. But as with all other things, there are good and bad lending practices which are formulated by the lenders. It is true that there are predatory lending practices that are followed by some, [...]

Be A Savvy Consumer: What You Need To Know About Phoenix Car Title Loan Requirements

By | March 4th, 2013|Archive, Chandler, Uncategorized|

Also known as title loans,  Phoenix car title loans can be referred to as loans wherein the borrower has to provide his car title as indemnity for the title loan he wishes to take. Generally short term; these loans have an extremely high rate of interest. The good part about auto title loans is that for [...]

Key Financial Considerations About Phoenix Auto Title Loans

By | March 4th, 2013|Archive, Chandler, Uncategorized|

There are just a handful of options available for those with poor credit scores as no bank is willing to entertain your application for loans when you have defaults or bankruptcy on the credit report. Thus, all you can do is trying for a secure loan in exchange of keeping your house or car as [...]

Is Taking Out A Phoenix Vehicle Title Loan Worth It?

By | March 4th, 2013|Archive, Chandler, Uncategorized|

Anyone that is looking to take a loan needs money and when you have a low credit score fraught with defaults or bankruptcy, you know you’ll never qualify for a bank loan or an unsecure loan. And that makes a  Phoenix vehicle title loan a necessity as they are short-term secure loans available to anyone with [...]

Is It Better To Take Out A Phoenix Title Loan or Sell Your Car?

By | March 4th, 2013|Archive, Chandler, Uncategorized|

When you need money, you might think about selling your possessions that can fetch you money and your vehicle is an asset that you can think about selling. But before you actually take out a loan on your car, it is good to reconsider your current situation and see if it is feasible to take [...]

Are Phoenix Car Title Loans A Good Option For Quick Cash Needs?

By | March 4th, 2013|Archive, Chandler, Uncategorized|

If you have a poor credit score, you know you are not eligible to receive any loan from banks or other traditional financial institutes you’ll need to turn to secure loans where they will keep your house or car as collateral and it is always better to put your car as collateral, in case it [...]

Interest Rate Information For Phoenix Auto Title Loans

By | March 4th, 2013|Archive, Chandler, Uncategorized|

The easiest way to tap into the equity that you hold on your car is to take a Phoenix auto title loan. It not only gets you cash within a few hours of taking the title loan but it gives you the car to drive around, though the lender might insist on fixing a GPS [...]

Easy Steps To Pay Off Your Phoenix Title Loan On Time

By | March 4th, 2013|Archive, Chandler, Uncategorized|

If you are facing financial downturn or an emergency such as pending medical bills, debt payments or funds for education, you must be in a fix. Most people prefer putting their car as collateral instead of mortgaging their homes. But all of these subprime loans come with high interest rates and fees so the best [...]

How To Get The Best Interest Rates On Phoenix Title Loans

By | March 4th, 2013|Archive, Chandler, Uncategorized|

There are a variety of Phoenix title loan companies and many of them increase the interest rates leaving you in debt. But you don’t have to be taken up by title loan companies and here are some tips to help you be aware and vigilant as you take a title loan on your car. Written quotes: [...]

How to get Mesa car title loan with bad credit

By | March 4th, 2013|Archive, Chandler, Uncategorized|

The best aspect of getting a car title loan is that your credit score is never a prerequisite for getting the loan as it is a secure loan. And the amount that you receive by keeping your car as collateral is only 25% to 50% of the total car’s value. The credit score is not [...]