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12308 W 64th Avenue, Arvada, CO 80004

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Arvada

3350 Arapahoe Avenue, Boulder, CO 80303

Colorado

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6872 Wadsworth Boulevard No. B, Arvada, CO 80003

Colorado

Arvada

1170 Us Highway 287 No. 250, Broomfield, CO 80020

Colorado

Broomfield

1555 S Havana Street No. South, Aurora, CO 80012

Colorado

Aurora

1563 E Bridge Street No. B, Brighton, CO 80601

Colorado

Brighton

1479 W Eisenhower Boulevard, Loveland, CO 80537

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Loveland

520 East Main Street, Montrose, CO 81401

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Montrose

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Frequently asked questions about bad credit loans colorado

  • YES, JUST MAKE SURE THEIR MOTIVE IS NOT JUST A STUDENT LOAN GENERATOR. YOU HAVE TO GIVE UP YOUR VITALS FOR JOBS, SCHOOLS, POLICE, BANKS, AND CREDIT.
  • Per say you were wanting to get a job most likely, then yes it was a good idea. If they are government funded and regulated then it is probably in your benefit that you did. Though I believe that some problems you should deal with on your own, whether this was one of them is up to you as an individual, and not us the general public.
  • I need to know what it would take to get my way at the dealership. I have a 2007 chevy colorado in good condition, manual, only 23000 miles on it. I only want to get rid of it cos me and my girlfriend can only afford one vehicle and she complains she cant drive it...so i was looking into getting an aveo or a hyundai accent. problem is...the payoff is 21000 bucks... i was wondering what the dealer would give me and what it would take for me to start with a clean slate...all over...obviously i'd need to give them some money but what is the least amount of money i could give them to get my way. all i'm looking to do is break even...so i can take out a new loan with no rollover.
  • The Truck/SUV/Minivan market is pretty dead right now just like the housing market, more inventory then buyers. So, that means Carmax will be giving you less then Kelly Blue Book value. http://www.kbb.com lists the Trade-in value for your 2.9L I4 2 wd Regular Cab Colorado 5-speed manual as $8800...I'm guessing since you owe $21000 you must have a different version. The Crew Cab 5 cyclinder 4wd is worth $15000 on trade-in...so you need to find $6000 in cash or rollover that into a new high interest loan. I agree with the others, you better just keep what you got and get a $2000 2000 Hyundai accent for your girlfriend.
  • Since I dont have all of the details on your truck I can only use the basic value and I hope that it helps...... The dealer will likely give you around $12,000.00 to $14,000.00 so you will be better off at this time to keep the truck or take your chances and sell it outright just to see if you can get more than the dealer will offer you and then apply the difference to the newer vehicle. That's about all that you can do...........good luck.
  • Try selling you car privately. You usually get more for it. Dealers only give trade prices. Advertise it in the local paper or a second-hand magazine.
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  • Okay so i live in Colorado. I was wondering what you guys think about this. Me and my fiance cannot get approved for a a home loan right now due to his credit. But we can get approved for a 69,000.00 loan for a SWEET mobile home. ITs completely upgraded and remodels double wide trailor ina very NICE quiet trailor park. They even have double garages and sheds! anyways What do you have to say thats bad about buying a trailor?. what we are looking to do is buy the trailor pay it off and then buy some land and move the trailor to our land, then live in teh trailor until we can build a house on our land. What do you think. any words of encouragment or wisdom?
  • The only problems with mobile homes is that they loose their value pretty quickly. You ought to shop around for the best deal.
  • You will also not be able to move it as long as there is a mortgage on it. It will be tied to the land that it sits on.
  • I bought my house on Nov 28, 2009 from a private owner. This is a lady that finances when people have bad credit. She is financing, I pay her mortgage every month, we signed everything with a lawyer (her lawyer) but there wasn't any agreement on the home property taxes. She did lie about the amount I was supposed to pay every year. She said they were $1200 and it's $2000 a year. She also said they were paid up til April of 2010. Anyway, taxes are due for the year of 2009. I bought the house at the end of the year and I told her she needed to pay until the day I bought the house. She denied and said now the house is on my name and taxes are due and I have to pay them completely. She is getting her lawyer to write me a letter...?? that's what she said. I have no idea what the letter is about. Can I get a lawyer to go over this and make her pay to the day she was the owner of the house? We are in the State of Nebraska and we have to pay a year behind. I'd appreciate anybody who could help me figure this out... Pregnancy and Parenting seems to be the ONLY place to get a good answer for almost anything...we MOMS know it all huh! ha ha ha THANK YOU
  • I am not sure about Nebraska, but we closed on April 16, 2009 and we had to pay taxes for ALL of 2009. The taxes that would have been escrowed up until April were paid in our closing costs. I believe you are responsible for the 2009 property taxes. We live in Colorado. To avoid this situation in the future you either need to have your property taxes "escrowed" and with the situation you have mentioned that would pretty much mean you would pay her an extra $200 a month and she would be responsible for paying the taxes. Of course you would need a legal agreement OR you should purchase her home from her completely. I do know FHA home loans require you to have a 580 score or higher, but honestly, if you do not have that high of a credit score you have no business purchasing a home. I would have NEVER purchased a home they way you did no matter how many "lawyers" were involved.
  • This is supposed to be covered in the purchase and sale agreement, her lawyer should have spotted that. You can try taking it up with the town and showing them the papers but the house is under your name now and you are responsible for the bills. You should definitely consult with a lawyer before paying and make sure the papers on the sale didn't leave out anything else.
  • I'm not sure about Nebraska but I live in Oklahoma and we closed on our house October 13th 2009 and we had to pay the property taxes for 09. Don't know if this helps just letting you know what I know.
  • I bought my house in April 2008. The person who I purchased it from had to pay the taxes up until that point and then I paid the taxes for May-Dec. 20008. Our taxes are due the following January. What happened though is they gave me the money for the Jan. - April 2008 taxes (an estimated amount since you don't know the true amount until the bill comes in January) and then I just had to hold onto that money until it was time to pay the taxes. Since I was escrowing for property taxes, the money for their portion of taxes was just placed in my escrow account.
  • Get a lawyer.
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