- How much do you owe on your car compared to what the value is ? Cars lost value on Jan1st and that means that if you have a balance it is important to find out how much further you are upside down (the difference on what you owe and what the car is worth). There are still brand new 2015 cars on dealership's lots. Some of these cars have huge incentives that could help you get a better car.
- Do you have less than a year left to pay on your car ? If so there is a term I call the break even point (which means based on your balance it will be easier for you to trade). Most people pay an average of $350-$450 which means if you have a year or less to pay, you probably owe $3000-$5000. This I a good number because even if your car is worth nothing, dealerships can still usually work with those negative balances. Explore your options
- Is this the year that you plan to buy your 1st new car ? There are a few things that you need to know. a) what is your budget, don't forget insurance and gas cost. b) There are several new cars debuting this year, do your research to find out what car fits your needs. c) There are also cars that will be discontinued in 2016, again make sure you do your research and buy the car that you fully understand what is going to work for you. d) If you have never bought a car and need help to make sure you get it right CALL THE CAR MAN 877 870 4815
Dear Car Man,
This is Robert S. Sr shouting to God, to you & the would for showing the respect, kindness & help needed on my time of need!! Thank you for knowing & directing me & others to our blessings !! Since my car had broken down two months ago I've been trying everywhere to get a reliable car I can afford. God directed me to you! ! Thanks for putting the control back into my life that I lost when my financial status was not the best. Kelvin also has your heart for others & their situations, to help, understand one's situations & try their hardest to make things happen! I can go on for ever but Thank you & the people you know for allowing God to use you! !
Respectively & Blessed:
Robert S. Becke Sr.