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Buy Here Pay Here Memphis, TN

Memphis, Tennessee car lots with lease here, lease to own, buy here pay here finance leasing for used cars. You'll find a car you want to buy when financing autos from a car dealer with several used cars on the lot to choose from with many dealer loan options for people with bad credit or previous bankruptcy.

Leasing a car with bad credit Memphis, TN

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 Memphis, Tennessee, 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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Realtime BHPH Results for People with Bad Credit in Memphis, TN

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Aug 27, 2016 - 01:45 am

Jenkins from Cordova, TN has been approved for a car loan with $2050 down.
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Lease a car with bad credit in Memphis, TN

With BHPH and RTO auto dealers in Memphis there is no credit check to approve the loan or lease. The owner of the car lot is lending the money to buy a used car on his or her car lot. Since the recent economic downturn this type of lending has become more popular with car dealers and car buyers in Tennessee. It helps auto dealers sell more cars, and car buyer find reliable transportation.Lease to own cars Memphis, TNHow much money down is needed? A good rule of thumb for auto leasing is to have enough cash pay the 1st payment. If you're buying a car plan on having enough cash to pay the Tennessee taxes and fees.

What People in Memphis are Saying

Memphis, Tennessee  Buy Here Pay Here

"I really enjoyed being treated as a person, not at all like the other dealership I went to. No pressure was shown. They cared about the person, not just making the sale." Matt B.

"What a great experience. Our rep was very excellent to work with. We thank you very much for working with us." Jessica K.

"Excellent service and great car. Very satisfied!" Roger P.

Available Vehicles in Memphis, TN

Used 2007 Chrysler Sebring Sdn
Price: $5,991
Miles: 142,544
Used 1998 Chevrolet S-10
Price: $3,495
Miles: 152,722
Used 1999 Honda Accord
Price: $4,655
Miles: 154,900
Used 2006 Nissan Altima
Price: $5,455
Miles: 137,516
Used 2006 Saturn VUE
Price: $6,995
Miles: 121,301
Used 2008 Hyundai Sonata
Price: $6,317
Miles: 173,588
Used 2003 Toyota Sequoia
Price: $5,995
Miles: 333,148
Used 1999 Nissan Maxima
Price: $2,995
Miles: 189,221
Used 2002 Lexus RX 300
Price: $6,995
Miles: 200,272
Used 2002 BMW 3 Series
Price: $6,995
Miles: 113,369
Used 2001 BMW 7 Series
Price: $6,455
Miles: 166,012
Used 2006 Volvo S60
Price: $5,995
Miles: 117,144

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How Auto Lending Works

The crash of the economy was largely due to sub-prime mortgage loans. In addition to approving loans for people with bad credit, many appraisers were stretching the value of home to meet the value requested by the mortgage broker. Unlike homes, which are unique, the universe of used cars contains a finite amount of year, make, model, and mileage ranges.
Auto loan finance lenders rely on published vehicle valuation guides to determine the amount of money they will lend for a specific used car and credit profile. These published vehicle valuations contain several values, the two most important being the retail value and the wholesale or trade-in value. The used cars retail value is based on retail historical sales figures broken down by regions of the country. Used car trade-in values are calculated from auto dealer auction data. How Auto Lending Works

For used car financing and used car leasing, most auto lenders base the amount they will lend on the used car trade-in or wholesale value, which makes since. If the auto lender has to repossess the used car they want to make sure they can get their money out of it. Once they have a used cars value they determine a Loan to Value (LTV) amount based on a persons credit score, and other risk factors like job time, disposable income, and how long they have lived in the area.

For simplicity, the following LTV amounts are based on credit score alone.

LTVCredit Score

As you can see, auto lenders are willing to loan money to buy a car to just about anyone. There are many guaranteed auto financing programs. Keep in mind, however, that the guaranteed loan amount may not be enough to buy a car you want to own. In the above example, if you wanted to buy a car with bad credit that has a sales price of $10,000, a trade-in value of $9,000, and an out the door sales price of $10,800, including tax and state fees, with a 400 credit score, the lender would require you to come up with $3,600 cash down to complete the transaction; they would lend 80% of the $9,000, or $7,200.

To combat the requirement for more money down, many car lots have developed on the lot auto financing programs, the most popular are BHPH, rent to own, and lease to own auto financing. With these lending programs the car dealer determines the approval amount, not the lender; and since they get to meet you before they lend you the money, they have a leg up on traditional lenders.

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