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State Virginia
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Allowed (Our partner lenders provide payments in Virginia)
Loan amount limit $500
Loan terms Min: 2 pay periods
Finance rates 36% annual interest + $5 verification fee + 20% of loan
Finance charges $26.38
Maximum APR (Annual percentage rate) 687.76%

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  • Okay, my husband is in the Navy and is stationed in Norfolk, VA. I've been living in Florida the entire time he's been in the Navy (About a year) and since he's about to get back from deployment I'll be moving to Virginia (Virginia Beach area). Now, my car is what I'm worried about. My dad is the main person on the loan and I'm a co-signer. I have about 6 months to pay on it so I can't really take any names off or change it because then I'd have to refinance it. The insurance is also in their name and I was added on as a driver on their policy. When he comes back home we'll be getting separate insurance through USAA though. Any idea how we'll work that out since again, the car isn't in his name and he's the one in the military? I've heard different things. Some people say that because we're military we don't have to worry about registering the car in a different state because my husbands home of record is Florida and he has a Florida license. Other people have told me that because he's not listed on the car title that I would have to register it because spouses don't count when it comes to the military part. Anyone know what I can do? I'm mainly worried about having my car towed or being pulled over for out of state tags or something.
  • You will be considered a resident of Virginia when you move there so you will have to pay for the license and registration yourself as the loan for the vehicle and the title is in your name. For insurance they can continue to have you on it until you have paid it off. Then call around for rates, USAA isn't always the cheapest so make sure you do compare to other companies. Once the vehicle is paid off and the title has been issued in your name then you can add him to the vehicle if you wish.
  • Here's how it works: If the registration has your husband's name on it anywhere, he can continue to register the car in Florida under The Servicemember's Civil Relief Act. However, if it's in your name only, you will have to register it in Virginia. As long as your out-of-state registration is current, the police in Virginia can't pull you over for expired tags, so if your tags are expired or getting close by the time you get to Virginia, you'll need to go to the DMV immediately. As for insurance, USAA is very good. When I was stationed in Texas a co-worker of mine loaned me his Fiero for a few weeks while my car was in the shop, and USAA insured it for me even though I didn't technically own the car. You shouldn't have any problem with USAA agreeing to insure the car for both of you.
  • Please. You are under NO obligation to change the registration as his spouse. If you are going to be employed in the State of Virginia, then you will have to abide by those laws in which it states that you have to. If not do not worry about it. The only thing you have to make sure you do is get a City Sticker. That is priority. Your Husband should go get that because City Stickers are free to all Military.
  • since the servicemember is not on the title you will have to make the necessary changes when you move to VA. and get a VA DL. spouses are NOT covered under the reciprocity for DL and car registration.
  • car is in your name you will have to change tags get it inspected and change your license over once done he can apply for a dod decal he will need the decal to get on base norfolk is very strict on that have him talk to his command he can get all this answered there and good luck
  • The monthly payment is probably correct based on the 24.99% interest. The majority of the down payment will be used to cover the sales tax. license fees and registration, so the amount financed will still be close to the original sales price of $5000. You must have extremely poor credit for the rate to be this high. Perhaps you can find a relative with good credit who would be willing to co sign for the loan and slow you to get a rate in the 8 - 120% range. This would save you $50 -$75 per month. Good Luck
  • That interest rate is crazy and you're nuts to even consider it. If you can't get a better deal, then either get whatever car you can find for 1500 or save up more cash until you can buy the car you want. Don't take out a car loan at 24.99%, that's a completely insane loan shark price. Bear in mind 39 months is more than 3 years. You'll rack up thousands in interest over that length of time at such a high rate. It more or less doubles the price of the car.
  • First off that is a ridiculously high interest rate. So the guys you are dealing with are loan sharks and vultures who prey on people who are desperate and have bad credit. This is not a good deal for you. The payment amounts are too high for those terms. At a loan amount of 3500 at 24.99% for 39months the payment should be around $160 per month. They are probably adding on other fees for gap insurance or the like. That's how these crooks operate.
  • You don't need this kind of a deal. 24.99 percent is right up there with a rip off. This car is going to cost you $9963.00. For a $5000.00 car that will just keep loosing value. I don't care how bad you need a car take the fifteen hundred and but something you won't have to make payments on and save up for a better car and deal.
  • With an interest rate like that, you are better paying with cash. That's ridiculous.
  • $9,963.00. That is what you will be paying for this car. That is the rate they charge people with really bad credit.
  • to get that interest rate you must have a low credit score or no credit history. look at other banks
  • You are getting hosed. But if you already signed, its too late now.
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  • ~~If you have great credit then you should not have problems getting a loan. If you have credit unions in your area, they tend to have the best interest rates on used car loans.~~
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  • You can apply for a car loan through LendingClub.com, a peer-to-peer site where groups of lenders contribute small sums of money to fund loans. If you email me through Contactify, I can invite you to borrow through LendingClub - http://www.contactify.com/31dc6 Full disclosure: 1) I am a lender through LendingClub, meaning I help fund loans. So far, I have helped fund nearly 20 loans. 2) If I introduce you to LendingClub and you decide to borrow through the site, I will get $25 for introducing you as a borrower. 3) You don't need to go through me to get a LendingClub loan. You can just visit the site yourself and apply, but I'd appreciate if you went through me :) Thanks and good luck getting your loan! Aaron
  • Go to the bank where you have your checking account and speak to the loan officer
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