Rebuild Your Credit

How to Rebuild Your Credit

Did you know buying a car is one of the best ways to rebuild your credit ?

Financing a car can help you build credit because they can be easier to get applied for, and routinely making payments on time shows creditors that you’re trustworthy. So whatever your credit situation is we can help you get the vehicle and credit you need and rebuild your credit at the same time! As long as you have patience and create a plan, you can rebuild your credit and eventually obtain an excellent credit rating.Get started today and rebuild your credit by applying for a car loan:

 — Mario , Sales Manager

Rebuild Your Credit With An Auto Loan

Life is not perfect, and sometimes we need a little help to start over and be given a second chance. Credit rebuilding means getting that second chance and being able to get the financing you need to secure an asset. We can find you the best terms and conditions to get you your vehicle loan. Once you get the financing you need, you can turn your situation around by building a better credit history. Remember, the past does not have to decide your future.

People Just Like You:

  • Poor Credit ?
  • Bankruptcy ?
  • Damaged Credit Due To a Divorce ?
  • Low/no credit ? No worries
  • Self Employed.
  • New to Canada

Requirements for NO CREDIT AUTO LOAN

  • You must be employed for at least 3 months
  • Proof of income (pay-stubs, letter of employment)
  • Valid Canadian License or International License
  • Proof of Address (utility bill, driver’s license)

To get started, fill in our on line, no obligation application. DON’T DELAY, TAKE ACTION NOW! Until you do, your credit will NOT improve, so go ahead and start now!

Getting a car loan to improve your credit is the most effective if you take some (or all) of the following actions:

  • Make a down payment. Putting down money can help your monthly payments be even more affordable.
  • Be budget conscious. Choosing a car that’s well within your means will help ensure you can make monthly payments.
  • Make payments on time. Ensuring you pay bills in full and on time accounts for 35% of your credit score, so add reminders on your calendar!
  • Pay more than the minimum. If you’re able to, pay more than your set installment, as this shows you’re responsible.
  • Reach below the 30% mark as soon as possible. The faster you pay your loan off, the quicker your credit rating will improve.
  • Avoid grace periods. If you have the option for extensions on payments, using them won’t help improve your credit score.

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