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What are the rules to get an instant approval loan?

Answered on | Updated on December 2nd, 2010
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You must have seen a lot of advertisements claiming instant approval of auto loans. When you decide apply for one of these loans, you will need to start off by gathering as much information as possible. If you do your research before signing on the dotted line, you can save yourself a lot of headaches. There are three basic rules that you must follow in order to get an auto loans with the least amount of problems.

The first rule is to start looking online for auto loans. It can get very tedious if you travel from bank to bank seeking instant approval for auto loans. Waiting for an approval can take weeks if you go to a physical bank and apply for a loan, Whereas if you do it online, you can expect a result within a couple of days. This is because the online loans are readily approved due to an automated verification system which will access your credit record through one of the three credit bureaus and will give a result within a few days. Another good thing about online loans is that you have a much wider choice and all you have to do is fill in your requirements to get an instant quote. You do not have to worry about convincing an agent about your ability to repay the loan; your paperwork will do it for you.

Secondly, try to get the best rates possible. Try getting a floating interest rate. This is always better if you have a fixed deposit for the same amount in another account. This way, your interest will vary for both your income and your expenditure. If you had a fixed interest rate, you might lose some profit when the interest rates fall on your fixed deposit but again you will make dividends if the interest rates increase on the deposit.

Lastly, get a loan with the least amount of upfront cost, a lot of banks will ask for application fees, this is normal, but make sure that you do not spend a fortune on applying for loans in which you may not get. Also avoid scams that request payments for online quotes.

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