Car title loans are an easy way to borrow money in the short term. While most believe that car title loans are very costly, that is not always the case. To qualify for an auto title loan, an individual must own a vehicle, preferably paid off in full, have a clear title, and be willing to offer the vehicle as collateral. In many cases, a car title loan is a best-case scenario for a short-term loan. [continue reading…]
It is much easier to buy a used car than a new car if you have poor credit. These days, there are several options available in the used car market. Potential buyers can find thousands of quality economically priced vehicles for sale. [continue reading…]
Today’s lending world is quite different than it was 15 years ago. Banks and other lenders were much more liberal with their lending practices until the economy began to fall apart in the late 2000s. Fast forward to 2017 and trying to obtain a loan is much more challenging. Borrowers need to have excellent credit and payment histories to be approved. Car title loans have become more popular over the past decade because it’s not a requirement to carry out credit checks for approval of credit. [continue reading…]
If you own a credit card, it is likely that you receive offers now and then to utilize a cash advance. Most credit card companies will permit their cardholding customers to withdraw cash, up to a certain amount, from an ATM or at a bank. Before you consider taking a cash advance on your credit card, you might want to consider some other options. [continue reading…]
When the U.S. economy took a dip into recession in the late 2000s, one of the effects was related to borrowing. Those looking to borrow to pay off debt found it much harder to qualify for a loan. Banks and other lending institutions would only approve those with the highest credit scores and the best payment histories. As a result, an alternative loan market began to arise – car title loans. Over the past decade, auto title loans have become more and more popular. Here’s why. [continue reading…]
Car title loans have become a more popular form of borrowing over the last decade as banks and traditional lenders have tightened their lending requirements. For all the bad publicity that car title loans receive, there are several positives associated with them. Let’s look at three. [continue reading…]
Credit card offers are everywhere and credit card companies, while stricter these days, still sign up new customers every single day. If you are one of those credit card owners that companies love, you are likely in debt. Credit card companies prefer it when you carry a balance on your card because they can charge you interest on it. For too many people, not understanding how credit card companies make money is a huge mistake. [continue reading…]
When there are major financial decisions to be made, people often seek out financial institutions for help. Ever since the economic downturn that started in the late 2000s, banks and credit unions have been much more stringent in their lending practices. Gone are the days of the no-income, no-asset loans, as well as loans for borrowers with bad credit. Without a solid credit history and a stable employment history, you are likely to be declined for a loan from your bank. That is why car title loans have become so important. [continue reading…]
One of the costlier bills you may have in your home is for electricity. We all need lights, refrigerators, computers, and we use electricity to power all these devices daily. If you feel like you are spending too much on your electric bill, there are some things you can do to lower it. Check out these energy-saving ideas and see if you can implement them in your household. [continue reading…]
Car title loans have become more popular over the past decade as financial institutions have tightened up their credit requirements. Borrowers who could easily turn to their banks for loans are now having to find alternatives. As a result, the number of vehicle title loans has increased dramatically. These types of loans have received plenty of negative publicity giving many people the wrong impression. When used correctly, a car title loan is perfectly legal and safe for a borrower. [continue reading…]
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Embassy Loans uses “Title Loans” for advertisement purposes only and provides auto equity loans. Embassy Loans Inc. is licensed under the “Florida Consumer Finance Act” under Florida Statute 516 and as such Embassy Loans is exempt from any licensing requirements under the “Florida Title Loan Act” to the extent that any of Embassy Loans’ activities involve the making of a loan of money to a consumer secured by bailment of a certificate of title to a motor vehicle.