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A Driving Need

For many of us, the right car or truck is about so much more than reliably getting from place to place. It’s an expression of who we are. It’s an assertion of what we want. It’s our music, our mess, our time as we push through our daily travels. It also helps if it reliably gets us from place to place. The vehicles themselves have changed over the years, but the experience? Not so much.

Auto loan shopping, too, has changed. Where buyers used to have few options, they now have so many it can feel a bit overwhelming at times. The dealership may be advertising some amazing-sounding rate which you’re not sure you should trust. Your local bank or credit union seems to always have brochures laying around trying to persuade you to finance through them before shopping for a new or used automobile. Now you’re hearing that there are online lenders who might be able to beat both options given the chance, but you’re not sure how that works or even where to start. And you haven’t even decided what color you want your new car or truck to be!

Fortunately, vehicle finance doesn’t have to be complicated. We can’t tell you what to buy or what color it should be, but we can help you compare auto lenders both in your community and online. We can make it easier to shop car loan rates without leaving the house. If you’re worried about qualifying, we can help you check your credit and talk about auto loans for bad credit online. Because in the end, what is financing a car? It’s finding a way for everyone to get what they need as you drive forward.

How To Shop For A Car Loan

The first step with any loan has nothing to do with what you’re buying or where you’re buying it. The first step starts at home, with your bank statements and a spreadsheet. If you don’t have an effective household budget, it’s time to start one. It’s critical that you know your reliably monthly income and where that money goes each month. Budgets aren’t about trying to ruin your mood or anyone else telling you what you can or can’t do with your own money. They’re about clarity and honesty with yourself about what you do and don’t spend, how you do and don’t spend it, and what you can and can’t afford going forward. The choice of what to do with that information is, as always, up to you.

Before committing yourself to a specific vehicle, consider what sort of payments you can realistically afford. The overall price of the vehicle and the total you’ll pay for any loan are important, but if money is tight, it’s that monthly payment that tends to come to the forefront of the discussion for better or worse. Before shopping for a specific vehicle, consider getting pre-approved. Ask your local credit union about current rates or promotional offers. Look for dealer financing specials (no money down, no interest, etc.). The details matter – a half-percentage point or a few financing charges tucked away in the small print can mean thousands of dollars difference over the life of your loan.

Then come to Loanry. Let us know what you’re looking for. We maintain a carefully curated network of reputable online lenders and auto finance specialists ready to compete for your business, whatever your credit rating. Once you’re approved, it’s like you’re shopping with a car credit in your pocket, giving you better leverage with dealers. Even if you’ve already fallen in love with a vehicle, we can still hook you up with how to get an auto loan.

Before You Commit

Buying a vehicle is a major commitment. New or used, cash or financed, it’s a big deal. For many of us, it’s also an emotional decision. That means it’s important to step back and pay attention to the details.

You’ve probably put some serious thought into what you want in a car or truck. How important is mileage to you? How many people should it comfortably seat? Is trunk or bed space an issue? What about comfort? Reliability? And just how loud can you get those speakers when that one song comes on? The answers will be different for everyone, but it’s essential that you consider what matters to you most before shopping. It’s also a good idea to know what you’re willing to compromise on and what parts you consider essential or non-negotiable before you’re actually talking to a salesperson and being offered popcorn or coffee. Otherwise, you may end up with something shiny and new that doesn’t actually do everything you actually need.

The same thing is true of auto financing. What’s the most important factor to you? Is it lower monthly payments? Limited charges and fees along the way? Maybe what you most care about is getting the best interest rate and shortening up the length of the loan so you save as much as possible by the time it’s all over. What is the lender actually guaranteeing in writing? What are the terms of the financing beyond the monthly payment? Are there up-front charges or set-up fees? Penalties for late payments or early pay-off? Only you can decide whether you’re content with any specific offer, but know exactly what’s on the table.

Your credit rating and credit history may be major factors in what sort of financing you’re able to secure. In turn, how you manage this loan will have a dramatic impact on your credit report and credit score going forward. Every payment matters, every month.

Why Loanry?

The fun part of buying an automobile is the actual shopping and test driving. Whether you’re shopping for a car or truck, for work or home, new or used, there’s no substitute for getting behind the wheel and trying it out. Sometimes the vehicle that looked so good online simply doesn’t “feel” right once we’re driving it. Other times, we may be surprised by a make and model we never thought we’d like but which somehow “calls” to us once we’re in it and on the road.

The negotiating is less fun, although much less painful than it used to be. For most of us, the financing process is even less enjoyable – all that information we have to submit, all the details and small print and numbers and those dollar amounts that seem to keep changing the longer we wait for something to actually sign so we can go home. It’s great to have so many options, but the flip side of that is no matter what we end up doing, we end up wondering if we should have done it some other way. It can take the fun out of the whole process if we’re not prepared.

At Loanry, we’re not going to tell you what car to buy or even how you should finance it. What we can do, though, is offer you some insight and information ahead of time about what to expect at your typical 21st century dealership. We can provide tools for you to compare different loan amounts and lenders to help you decide what factors are most important to you. And, of course, when you’re ready, we can hook you up with one of our reputable and reliable online lenders anxious to earn your business. Whether or not you accept their offer is entirely up to you, but we suspect you’ll be surprised by just how flexible some of them are and how competitive their rates can be. Best of all, you can all of this without putting on your Sunday best, taking off work to visit your local bank or credit union, or hauling papers from office to office trying to persuade a guy in a suit that you’re perfectly capable of making a car payment now, no matter what happened five years ago.

If you’ve got a computer, a tablet, or a phone with an internet connection, or if you can get to a public library or cyber-cafe, you can access everything you need whenever you’re ready and at whatever pace you’re most comfortable with. Don’t worry – we’ll still be here when you do.


Financing an automobile is, first and foremost, about getting the car or truck you need as soon as reasonably possible so you can get on with your work, play, and life. Let’s not overlook, however, the role financing plays in the bigger picture – one that impacts all of those things.

When you take out an auto loan, you’re agreeing to pay back the full amount borrowed, plus interest, over a set number of months and at a predetermined payment amount. Your current credit score and recent credit history will largely impact what terms and rates are available to you. As you move forward, how you handle those monthly payments will dramatically impact your credit score and ongoing credit history as well. Timely payments mean higher credit scores and more positive histories, and that means more opportunity down the road. You’ll one day need financial flexibility again, and the decisions you make now – every month, every time – are going to determine just how available that financing is, and on what sorts of terms.

Enjoy your ride. You’ve certainly earned it. But keep your eyes on what’s down the road as well as what’s immediately in front of you. It will be worth it.


At Goalry, everything we do is designed to help you take more effective control of your personal and small business finances. It’s not about telling you what to do, how to invest, what to buy, or what sorts of loans to take out (or not). We believe that if we give you access to relevant information and time to weigh your options, you’ll make better decisions and end up happier and more financially and personally secure as a result. Idealistic? Sure. But unrealistic? We clearly don’t think so.

While we’re best-known for our success connecting borrowers and lenders, we’re also proud of our online library of thousands of informational blog posts and hundreds of YouTube videos to support them. You can learn about the terminology you’re likely to encounter when seeking a small business loan, how to build up your retirement on a modest budget, or even why Bernie Sanders has so much money compared to Elizabeth Warren. You can also follow us on pretty much any social media platform to stay informed, especially since more posts and videos are being added all the time.

Our most popular tools are checking your credit score for free, but there are plenty more available online for free, and more on the way. With a single ID and password, you can access everything the family has to offer, including all of the various “stores” in our “content mall”:,,,,,,,, and

The focus of each is different, but the goal is always the same – convenient, centralized financial education and management with you at the helm.


Did You Hear?

“The one thing that unites all human beings, regardless of age, gender, religion, economic status, or ethnic background, is that, deep down inside, we all believe that we are above-average drivers.”

Dave Barry (American Humorist & Author)

Educate Yourself

Let’s Talk Numbers

The number of Americans borrowing money to purchase a car or truck is going up. So is the size of the average debt owed on automobile purchases. That’s probably fitting, however, since our total collective debt overall is soaring as well. In short, Americans borrow A LOT.

That’s not all. Our average credit scores are going up, making it easier to borrow more and thus purchase more expensive cars and trucks. Ironically, this has led to an increase in the number of us behind on our car or truck payments. It’s quite a statistical mess.

None of this means you don’t need a vehicle, or that you have to be a statistic. If you ARE going to be a statistic, be the part where your credit score is going up – not the part where you’re behind on your car payment. We can help with that, starting by covering a few more details about automobile financing in the U.S. at the moment. Ready to get moving forward?

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Reasons for Auto Loans

There are as many different types of auto loans as there are vehicles they're used to purchase. In many important ways, they're very much the same, but understanding the best fit for your circumstances can make the process much less burdensome.

It’s often easier to secure financing for a new vehicle purchase. These are the cars and trucks dealers most want to move, and they act as a natural collateral for any new vehicle loan. Let’s look at your best options when it comes to financing a new automobile.

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Buying a used vehicle means spending around half what a new car would cost you. Your insurance premiums will be lower, any depreciation in value has already occurred, and there are years of knowledge and used parts out there should your car every need repair. Let’s look at what you can spend and still keep that monthly payment under control.

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Bad credit shouldn’t prevent you from moving forward or from purchasing a vehicle that can help get you there. Our network of lenders includes many who specialize in helping you rebuild your credit and who are ready to take a chance on you. Try us – you might be surprised what you can do.

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Shopping for vehicle loans online is fast and efficient, and approval time can be half or less of what you’ve come to expect at traditional lenders. Interest rates are especially competitive, and online lenders may be more flexible with other terms as well. Let’s see what’s out there that best works for you.

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Have interest rates dropped significantly since you first financed your car? Are you consolidating bills or trying to lower your monthly payments? Maybe there’s someone you’d like to add to your loan – or remove. Refinancing isn’t for everyone, but it might be just the thing for you. Let’s look at some options.

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Car makers offer some amazing deals in order to move product. Zero percent financing, extended terms, cash back – and there’s no doubting the convenience. Then again, dealer financing can contain hidden fees, sudden interest rate increases, or other unexpected complications. Let’s comb through that small print together!

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If you have a limited credit history or very low credit score, a subprime loan might help you secure a vehicle and begin rebuilding your credit. These loans, however, can carry multiple fees and charge high interest rates, and often require extensive documentation just to be considered. Let’s look closely at ALL of your options.

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If you’ve been leasing a vehicle and grown attached, you may wish to purchase it at the conclusion of the leasing period. Unfortunately, the specific limitations and complications of many auto leases can make this more complex than it sounds. Let’s unravel the paperwork and run some numbers on that car you love.

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