So the question you must ask and which I will try to answer is: Can I get a vehicle loan after I filed a bankruptcy? And my answer is: Yes you can. Then you may ask; how? Well, here are the options:
- You can get an unsecured loan, but you have to wait two to three years after you filed bankruptcy or
- You can get a loan even the day after you filed bankruptcy, if you have collateral or
- If you have made a down payment in order you can apply for a loan from a company who specialize in bad credit financing.
The internet is a good place to find the lenders and all information you
need. Be aware that most finance companies will refuse your application until 3
years after you filed bankruptcy. There are companies out there however, that
are more keen than the majority to grant you an after bankruptcy car loan - the
challenge is to find them.
One way is to search for and join a credit union. A union is an organization
with the purpose of helping it's members financially. The probability of getting
a loan after bankruptcy is higher with a credit union than with other companies.
Whatever you do to get a loan, you have to start rebuilding your credit immediately. This is the best way to get the financing you want in the future. There are several ways to do that. One way is to put all the money you can into a saving account. Another way is to apply for a prepaid credit card. Be very careful with paying it off timely every month. This will increase your credit rate little by little, and your credit limits will also gradually increase.
A bankruptcy is not the end of the world but an instrument for giving people a new financial chance. Try all of the advices I gave you above. If you don't succeed the first time try one more time or even more than that if necessary. And most important; start rebuilding your credit today.
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