Sandrails, Side by Sides, Trailers, Motorhomes, Cars, Trucks, and Work Truck/Trailers
If it has a title, we can finance it
*Business loans up to $150,000*
*Commercial Real Estate Loans*
-Safe and secure application process. You can complete the application online or download an application and send via fax or email
- Fast credit decisions. Within 24 hours of submitting an application, a representative should contact you by phone and email with your financing options.
- After receiving your Approval, we will collect stipulations electronically such as Proof of Income, Proof of Residence, References, etc.
-Minimum loan amount $5,000
-No max loan amount
-Terms up to 84 months
-Minimum 20% down
- ZERO origination fees, document fees, or processing fees when you get a loan with us.
- No prepayment penalties
-All credit types considered
-All loans are simple interest loans and require monthly payments.
-The monthly payments in a simple-interest loan repays a portion of the accrued interest and a portion of the principal (the amount that you borrowed).
-The borrower only has to pay interest for the time that they had the loan, meaning there are no penalties for paying off early and the faster you pay off the loan the less interest you would pay if you paid the entire term.
ABOUT OUR BUSINESS
*Financing Private Party and Dealership Sales*
We are a private lender and although we can finance regular cars and trucks, we also finance items that most banks wont consider financing, such as Sand Rails/Off-Road Trucks or older collateral.
We will run a title search to make sure that the unit is in the sellers name and there are no fees that would hold up the title transfer.
You will still need to pay a down payment towards the unit you want to purchase (about 20% of the selling price). For example, if the agreed selling price is $10,000 you will give the seller $2,000 and we will give the seller a check for $8,000, then the title transfer will be done between the buyer/seller and pay any fees and sales tax at that time.
We suggest doing your own research and inspection on the vehicle prior to finalizing the sale. Always try to get as much information as possible about the unit, its current condition, and a list of aftermarket parts. If you have concerns and the seller wont let you have a mechanic inspect the vehicle prior to purchasing, you probably don't want to buy that vehicle.