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State California
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Allowed (Our partner lenders provide payments in California)
Loan amount limit  $255 if maximum fee charged ($300 maximum check)
Loan terms Max: 31 days
Finance rates 15% of check
Finance charges $17.65
Maximum APR (Annual percentage rate) 459%

11623 Cherry Avenue No. B4, Fontana, CA 92337

California

Fontana

1295 North Euclid Street, Fullerton, CA 92835

California

Fullerton

82227 Us Highway 111, Indio, CA 92201

California

Indio

1450 Olive Drive No. A, Bakersfield, CA 93308

California

Bakersfield

1460 7th Street No. A, Oakland, CA 94607

California

Oakland

1955 41st Avenue No. B8, Capitola, CA 95010

California

Capitola

3276 Adeline Street, Berkeley, CA 94703

California

Berkeley

100 North Raymond Avenue, Fullerton, CA 92831

California

Fullerton

134 W Base Line Road, Rialto, CA 92376

California

Rialto

836 N Santa Fe Avenue No. A, Vista, CA 92083

California

Vista


Frequently asked questions about california private money lenders

  • The state does not care if the car is paid for not. You can buy tags for a car you owe money on. The state is not a collection agency for private lenders. They still need to pay for the car!!
  • The state will allow your inlaw to get new tabs but there will be a record. Once there is a record it means that your inlaw can be found ...but after five years 2 things might have happened : 1. The company your inlaw bought the car from might have sold the car title to a bank. The bank will get aggressive with your inlaw because they purchased the title for the car PLUS they paid off your inlaw's debt and they fully intend to recover the money. Banks tend to spend more time hunting people down... OR 2. After 3 years of no contact from people owing money most banks / companies simply "write off" or forget about lost property and debt. BUT there will still be a file somewhere about the car and the debt just not in active use...your inlaw is probably safe and getting tags wouldn't set off any alarms...
  • You'll need the title to establish ownership of the car. If the loan was never paid off, the bank still has the title. Your in-laws also concealed the vehicle from the lender, or it would have been repossessed years ago, which is against the law.
  • The only mortgages you can get these days are through fannie mae and freddie mac, or FHA loans. FHA loans take forever because of the restrictions. Bottom line is the lender is going to look for at least 5% down. You will also have to pay PMI (private mtg insurance). 2,000 per month can easily afford a home, but you still have to qualify based on your debt to income structure. Take your monthly bills divided by your gross monthly income and if you are around the 40% range and have the down money, you would likely be approved if your credit score is 650 or above! Good luck,.
  • If you can get approved for a loan with a decent interest rate, right now would be the best time to buy, especially in California. Just dont buy more than you can afford.
  • Do you have at least a 3.5% down payment? How is your credit? How old are you? Do you have a lot of debt? How much do you earn annually? (before taxes) Lots of questions you have to mull over before you know for sure that you are in a better situation to buy instead of rent.
  • OTTO, numbers are not real numbers. the car is a porsche cayenne. i m buying 10% below KBB fair price value and the car is in excellent condition with very low mileage. the car has lot of potential buyers so the seller is not willing to let it go lower and i dont want to miss the deal. loan is through BOA and I have an account in BOA. should we go to the branch together and tansfer the money from my account to her account? also what kind of papers we need to sign between us. she has to wait till she gets the pink slip and than will mail it to me.
  • "Gramps" is clueless. You could probably get a little better deal as the seller is in a bit of a jam. You would go with them to their lender and make sure they know the vehicle is being sold to you. They should be able to send the title to you since the seller you are dealing with is simply the registered owner and not the legal owner. You can contact the California DMV for any details of how to complete the transaction.
  • Who does he owe the money to? and how plenty, in the adventure that your 50% cost will conceal the debt circulate down and pay off the debt with him and depart with the identify on your hand already signed over to you and cleared of any leins. The minalamalist contract your offering isn't enforceable in a court docket of regulation, until he has some thing to sue him for and a region the place he won't run away alongside with your money from.
  • Not a good idea at all........................if you decided to do this unwise decision, you would need to pay the balance of the outstanding loan to the financial institution that holds the lien on the vehicle; you will be paying much more than if you purchased another vehicle elsewhere + you have no mechanical history of this vehicle
  • You've got to meet the seller at his bank, pay off his loan and get the title. If they cant give you the title right then, don't do it. Do NOT payoff the car and then wait for the title.
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