Auto Loan Providers Washington DC

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Nafartari Travel
(336) 965-1840
2419 21 st Place NE
Washington , DC
 
Auto Financing
(330) 938-7935
3511 Horner Street
Savahana, GA
 
Enterprise Rent-A-Car
(202) 332-1716
2730 Georgia Ave NW
Washington, DC

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Budget Rent A Car
(202) 289-5374
50 Massachusetts Ave Ne
Washington, DC

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Dollar Rent A Car
(301) 423-2354
4520 Saint Barnabas Rd
Temple Hills, MD

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(611) 868-3579
3118 WASHINGTON MANSION (2017 iST NW) I01291
NETHERALNDS, VA
 
Car Donation
(626) 263-9264
112/a bau
mymensingh, AL
 
Mercedes and Volvo Motor Cars, Inc
(202) 265-7235
1525 15th St., NW
Washington, DC
 
Enterprise Rent-A-Car
(202) 232-4443
2660 Woodley Rd Nw
Washington, DC

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Budget Rent A Car
(703) 933-8583
5000 Seminary Rd
Alexandria, VA

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Higher Interest Rates, Fewer Incentives Make Shopping for a Loan Vital

By the Staff   

ORLANDO, Florida -- With interest rates for vehicle loans on the rise, and manufacturer incentives declining, it is now more important than ever for consumers to do their homework on vehicle loans prior to visiting the dealership.

"Last year it was not uncommon to see zero percent financing offers from dealerships as an incentive to get consumers to buy," said Scott Denman, managing director AAA Financial Services. "We are in an entirely different environment this year. Rates are up and incentives are down." Between April and December 2004, the national bank average on vehicle loan interest rates rose more than 1 percent for a 60-month new car loan, according to Bankrate.com.

"With interest rates rising and fewer incentives being offered, it is more important than ever for consumers to shop around for a loan before going to a dealership," said Denman.

New vehicle sales reached 16.8 million in 2004, surpassing projections slightly. In 2005, estimates are that another 16.9 million new vehicles will be sold.

"Consumers can make costly financing mistakes if they don't do their homework before they start shopping for a vehicle," said Denman. "By educating themselves first, and mapping out a game plan, consumers can gain the upper hand when negotiating their loan."

To help consumers get the best interest rates on car loans, AAA offers these tips on what to do before you start shopping for a car.

-- Check your credit rating. Credit score plays an important role in determining the interest rate you'll receive. Get a copy of your credit report, correct any errors promptly and identify open lines of credit you can close.

-- Explore financing options and compare rates. Many people know they can get a car loan from the dealer's finance department - but the rate is usually marked up to pay for this convenience. Before going to the dealer, use the Internet to research a combination of low rates, convenient application process and fast response so you know you're getting a competitive rate.

-- Arrive with financing in hand. Having approved, no-obligation financing in your pocket gives you a competitive advantage when you're ready to buy. That's because you know your interest rate and monthly payment in advance, which lets you shop with the power and flexibility of a cash buyer.

-- Weigh your purchase incentive options. Many auto manufacturers will offer a choice between a cash rebate or a discounted financing rate as a purchase incentive, but usually not both. Even if you're among the minority who qualifies for a zero percent rate, it may not provide the most savings. Sometimes you'll come out ahead by applying the rebate to the purchase price and using your own low interest rate loan.

-- Match the term of the loan to the expected length of ownership. Select your loan term based on how long you plan to own the vehicle. Buyers who take out longer-term loans to keep their monthly payment low can find themselves ...

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