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Georgia, car lots with car dealer lease to own, pay here finance. Find leasing and bad credit loans from dealerships with tote the note, we finance anyone, in house credit financing. Use car leasing is popular at car centers near Georgia, GA.

If you have terrible credit, get approved first with our online secure application, then one of our 2nd chance auto mart preferred partnered car lots near Georgia,, pick out used car that you want to buy or lease to own, and drive away. Even people with bankruptcy, poor credit, no credit score, or terrible credit can get approved with our local tote the note on the lot financing option.

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Used Cars - Buying vs Leasing

There is no apparent answer on whether buying or leasing a used car is the better option. Used car buying advice points to specific factors that you should consider before making a final decision between used car loans and used car leases. All consumers have diverse needs, wants, and economic limitations that may determine their final decision. It doesn't get any simpler than that.

Car Leases

The fundamentals of leasing a used car should first be briefly explained. Leasing a used car gives you a set amount of miles that can drive over the length of the lease agreement. When you lease a used car it means that you pay for part of the used cost - the amount you used when driving it. At the end of the used car lease you have the option of buying the used car at a pre-determined price or returning the used car to a local used car dealer.
If you want to drive a new used car every two to three years, and have predictable driving habits, leasing is probably a good option for you. Things to consider when leasing a used car:
  • Don't judge a lease agreement strictly by the lease payment
  • You will spend a lot of money if you drive more miles than what was agreed to in lease contract
  • Always negotiate the price of the used car when leasing
  • Turning a leased used car early can be a very costly mistake
  • Since you don't own the used car you are forbidden from making any changes to the used car
  • Never lease a used car for a term that is longer than the manufacturers warranty
  • Sign only cost-end leases
  • Only lease used cars with high residual values, theses are used cars that depreciate slowly over time
There are many important factors involved with buying a used car versus car leasing, though many people lean more toward leasing rather than buying a car, because they can typically drive a nicer used car for a lower monthly payment.
Economically, the loss in value that a new used car has minutes after you sign the paperwork and become the owner of the used car is much larger than when you lease. Short term lease costs are always lower than short term buying costs, however, long-term costs of leasing are always higher than long-term costs of buying if keep the used car a long time . As long as the decision you make meets all of you needs and wants - it's the right decision.

Buying a Used Car

When you get an auto loan to buy a used car you pay for the entire cost of the car and there are no limitations on the number of miles you drive it. If you have had several used cars over the past years and have owned them for years and have been satisfied, getting a car loan to buy a car is probably the best option for you. If you keep the used car you purchased for a number of years after your loan is paid in full car financing is a more economical than car leases.
If you drive over 15,000 miles per year, or if you are really rough on your used cars, you should stay away from leasing. When you get a car loan to buy a car you own it, as long as you make the car loan payments there are not restrictions on what you do to the car.
One of the down falls of used car financing is that for the first two thirds of the finance period, the borrower typically is upside down has negative equity. Upside down car loans means that you owe more on your car than you could get for it if you traded it in.

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