Presidents Day is a holiday that celebrates two of the best and most popular presidents this county has ever had – George Washington and Abraham Lincoln – so how did it get so popular in the car buying industry? Automakers used Presidents Day car deals as a way to get the vehicles that are being replaced by newer models off their lots.
Dealerships and automakers alike generally offer very generous incentives like cash back and low finance offers to get the consumer’s attention. These offers are great and can save the buyer a lot of money – if you can take advantage of them. Unfortunately, if you are suffering from bad credit or have a recent bankruptcy on your credit history you may not be able to partake in the low finance offers. But you can take advantage of the large cash rebates if you can get auto financing after bankruptcy!
Vehicle Financing Post-Bankruptcy
Many people feel discouraged by even the great deals President’s Day car sales offer, thinking no matter how good the discount, they’ll never be able to secure a car loan after bankruptcy. But that’s not true! Here at BankruptcyAutoFinancing.com we have been helping match bankrupt individuals with subprime lenders in their area for years..
Start by filling out our online application. If you meet our minimum requirements we will send your information to all of your local subprime bankruptcy auto lenders. Once again they will run your information against their minimum requirements and if you meet all of them, they will make an offer. You will then be contacted to schedule an appointment with the dealer, at this appointment you will be required to bring a few documents proving your identity and your income. .
Once this is all said and done you will be driving your new or used car home in no time. The process of getting you into a dealership that accepts bankruptcy clients generally only takes a few days, unless done a weekend or holiday. It’s fast and simple. We do the research for you, all you have to do drive the car home!.
Remember we are not lawyers and cannot give legal advice. The situations discussed are only our experiences over the years and may vary with each customer.