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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%

3335 Fall Hill Avenue, Fredericksburg, VA 22401

Virginia

Fredericksburg

5 Fort Evans Road Northeast, Leesburg, VA 20176

Virginia

Leesburg

4084 Airline Parkway, Chantilly, VA 20151

Virginia

Chantilly

6212 Jefferson Avenue, Newport News, VA 23605

Virginia

Newport News

7029 Mechanicsville Turnpike No. B, Mechanicsville, VA 23111

Virginia

Mechanicsville

7081 Mechanicsville Turnpike, Mechanicsville, VA 23111

Virginia

Mechanicsville

14226 Jefferson Davis Highway, Woodbridge, VA 22191

Virginia

Woodbridge

10158 W Broad Street, Glen Allen, VA 23060

Virginia

Glen Allen

616 Carolina Road, Suffolk, VA 23434

Virginia

Suffolk

4501 Williamsburg Road, Richmond, VA 23231

Virginia

Richmond


Frequently asked questions about loans in virginia

  • I think they are, but that should be the last place you should go to get a loan.
  • I was behind by 2 months in payments and received one call from Honda right after I missed the first payment. I had a 3rd payment due on the 17th of this month. They came without any notice and took my car last week on the 12th. Now instead of requiring me to pay the past due amount plus repo fees, they want the entire payoff amount of my car by next Wednesday. anyone know anything about repo laws in Virginia??? they're asking for the full 30,000 and I can't just pull that out of no where. They told me that my loan through honda is no longer available and has been closed out. The car will be sold after the 26th for about half of the kelly blue book amount and I will be required to pay the difference. Meaning that I will have to pay 20000 on a car that I don't have. Anyone know anything about VA repo laws???
  • I am not sure about the laws in Virginia but my sister lives in Maryland and yes the Bank or finance company can close your account and require you to pay the balance in full. You can always try another bank to see if they will loan you the money but being that the vehicle has already been repo then you may not have a chance with a new loan. As for auctioning it off they get what they can get at auction as for highest bidder then yes you will have to pay any amount that is left plus repo fees and all. Good Luck
  • Virginia Repossession Laws
  • Repossession Laws In Virginia
  • It is pretty much the same process in all states. Once your car has been repossessed, your creditor or lessor may decide to keep the car as compensation for your debt or sell it in either a public or private sale. In some states, your creditor or lessor must let you know what will happen to the car. For example, if a creditor or lessor chooses to sell the car at public auction, state law may require that the creditor or lessor tell you the date of the sale so that you can attend and participate in the bidding. If the vehicle is to be sold privately, you may have a right to know the date it will be sold. In either of these circumstances, you may be entitled to buy back the vehicle by paying the full amount you owe, plus any expenses connected with its repossession, such as storage and preparation for sale. In some states, the law allows you to reinstate your contract—reclaim your car by paying the amount you owe, as well as repossession and related expenses (such as attorney fees). If you reclaim your car, you must make your payments on time and meet the terms of your reinstated or renegotiated contract to avoid another repossession. The sale of a repossessed car must be conducted in a commercially reasonable manner—according to standard custom in a particular business or an established market. For example, the sale price might not be the highest possible price—or even what you may consider a good price—but a sale price far below fair market value may indicate that the sale was not commercially reasonable. Depending on state law, failure to sell the car in a commercially reasonable manner may give you either a claim against your creditor or lessor for damages or a defense against a deficiency judgment—a court order mandating you to pay the debt you owe. Contact your states consumer protection agency and ask them.
  • The car loan was made with the same bank while the signature loan was in excellent standing. I paid off of the car loan but due to financial trouble (unemployment and medical condition) I could not afford to pay off the signature loan. Will the bank in Virginia repossess my car in a neighboring state to pay off the defaulted loan? Will they have to go to court in both Virginia and the neighboring state to do this? If so how much time do I have after I have paid-off the car loan before I see the repo man?
  • Typically they have a cross collaterization clause which allows them to take payment from other accounts you have with them, or hold other things hostage. So if you defaulted on another loan with them, do not expect to get title for this car until you settle the other debt. Similarly do not keep money at a bank where you have a delinquent debt. If you owe it, they do not need your permission or a court order to take it.
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  • Did you use the car as collateral for the other loan? Do they have a judgement against you? You really should provide a bit more detail.
  • My boyfriend and I are using his VA loan to purchase our first home together. We have four kids between us and plan to be married in the next two years. I was told by our loan officer that while I cannot be on the loan with him at all, he can add me to his deed after closing by using a "quit claim". Then I was told by our realtor that this absolutely cannot happen unless we are married, and only then can he add me to his deed. I need some clarity on whether or not this can happen before I decide to invest into this home with him. We were planning to split the mortgage payments down the middle.
  • VA has special rules about adding people to title limited to immediate family, that is why the realtor you spoke to is correct. But the whole issue is moot once you get married because Virginia recognizes dower rights. Dower rights give interest in real property from one spouse to another no matter who is titled on the mortgage. This is where the old saying "what's yours is mine" comes from. Then you also have the option to make a contract between you and your fiancĂ© clearly stating the ownership interest in the property and distribution of funds if the property every has to be sold, like any investment partnership may have. People in love forget this options exists and is completely valid.
  • He could hypothetically...but that would be extremely foolish of him. Most lenders won't allow anyone on the deed who is not on the loan anyway. It has nothign to do with what state you are in.
  • Look into USDA home loans. It's for rural areas so the house you would want to buy has to qualify but it is 100% financing which means no down payment.
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  • I was wondering the same question too yesterday
  • hi am currently in virginia and moving to texa soon.....i recenlty paid off loan on my car and still havent transferred my lien yet to my name.....i have virgina plate in my car.....before i move out of virginia, should i transfer the lien at virgina dmv or can i do tha after moving to texas....will it make any difference with respect to any additional charge for doing it in texas
  • id phone the TX dmv..or public safety [whatever they call it]]] in theory the loan co/title holder release and old title should get u a new TX title without a problem...but.....after dealing with the government for 55 years...anything is possible.
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