Thursday, April 25, 2013

Buy a car with no money down - Certified cars and trucks

How to Buy a Car With No Money Down

It's Much Easier Than You Think


So your car won't go and you've got no dough. And catching a bus gus is just not in the cards. So whatta you do? Well if your credit is perfect and you've got a long term, well paying job then you've got no problem. Just walk into any new car dealership and pick it out, sign the financing papers and go. But for the other 80% of us who don't fit that demographical profile then it is a bit more complicated. Not impossible but slightly more challenging to say the least. But hang with me.

You could do several things including going to a dealer who specializes in tough finance cases and ask to see only the vehicles that are slow to hard sellers for a dealer to move off his lot and explain to the sales person that you are broke and need to purchase something that is "way back of the book" so to speak. That means that it is on the lot for less than the retail value due to being a non-desirable unit. That in and of itself is why you probably, unless you are on the other side of desperate, reluctant to consider this path. Second thing you might be able to pull off is to give the dealer what is referred to in the industry as a "pickup payment." That means at some future time, pretty quick in most cases, you agree to make an extra payment which is roughly the equivelent of a regular down payment to the dealer. It is all recorded and contracted and is perfectly legal upon the dealer notifying the lender. Problem here is you currently have no cash and why would you come into a windfall in say, the next few weeks. You're not likely too so this is probably a bad idea and a sure way to quickly default on the loan terms and lose your car.

So that leaves us to what I would recommend. Find a dealer who sells in volume and make that volume of business work for you. There's safety in numbers and lenders will tend to advance more easily to clients of the dealerships that give them a large amount of finance contracts on a monthly basis. The lender makes his money making loans. The dealer makes his money selling cars so each benefits when they both give each other a huge share of their business and do a lot of business.

Bottomline is lenders are reluctant to turn down a customer of a volume dealer that is favoring them with  a ton of contracts. One such dealer I like and favor is Paul Blanco's Good Car Company. First of all these folks are huge. They have dealerships all up and down the valley from Sacramento to Fresno and most stops between. As well as opening soon in LA. And each of these stores sell tons of hot selling Hondas, Toyotas and other hot movers that the banks enjoy having on their books since these tend to retain their value better and insulate the lender from possible losses.

Aside from that Blanco's volume operation is hard to beat since the lender is very reluctant to tell The Good Car Company no since he has access to over 100 lenders beating his doors down to get his finance contracts. So click on and go by the nearest store and tell the salesperson up front. I want a great car in a desirable model, and I want to finance with no money down and let these folks handle it for you. Done Deal!

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California's Original Angry Little Asian Girl Putu Blanco

The Authentic "Angry Little Asian Girl"

Introducing Good Car Company Managing Partner Putu Blanco

Lela Lee crator of the little angry asian girl comic series.
Putu Blanco a native of Indonisia is of course one of the most positive, vibrant and caring people in the California business world. She is the managing partner of one of the fastest growing small businesses in California. The Paul Blanco Good Car Company to be exact. A former owner and hands on manager of one of the most popular restaurants in the capital city of Sacramento with a clientel heavy on foodies and heavy hitters in politics, sports and philanthropy. She was a one woman dynamo who was seemingly everywhere at once in the lively downtown business. An expert  and educated public relations specialist she was hugely popular with customers, employees and clients. As well as being an on call care giver and supporter of any good cause in the community including but not limited to the important "My Sister's House" which has meant so much to so many battered and abused women and their children. Paradoxically there is another side to this feel good story however.

You see Putu is seriously and I do mean seriously interested in each and every client of Paul Blanco's Good Car Company receiving prompt and immediate service when they either call, click on or come by the chain of dealerships she expertly manages. She is even more serious about each of those clients and customers receiving cheerful, professional, knowledgable information and help in picking out the absolute perfect vehicle that fits their lifestyle, budget and desires. And nothing short of that will do. In short she monitors each and every transaction and customer visit and inquiry. With a 100% total customer satisfaction aim and goal in mind. So what does it take to trigger the Angry Little Asian Girl that is hidden deeply inside Putu? A failure on the part of any staff or supplier to deliver that 100% complete and total satisfaction.

A saint, a hero to many in need and your own "Angry Little Asian Girl" is what you get if you decide to be her customer and her company fails to deliver total satisfaction.