car loanIn Auckland, there are different payment options when you want to purchase a car, one of which is through a car loan. There are many factors used by car lending institutions to assess a borrower. Know what these are to get a better chance of approval.

  1. Your credit history.

Like any other type of loan or financing service, your credit history plays an integral loan when trying to secure a car loan. Most lenders have this checked to analyse how good a ‘borrower’ and ‘payer’ you are, so it is wise to request a copy of this to ensure there are no errors that may lead to your application’s disapproval.

  1. The security you give the lender.

In most cases, the car you will purchase will be used by the lender as a form of security or ‘collateral’. To improve your odds of getting a yes on that loan application, make the lender feel secure that you will pay back the money you borrow. A guarantor or co-borrower can help raise your chances.

  1. Your financial stability.

The vehicle loan provider Pioneer Finance says finance companies offer competitive rates for personal loans in New Zealand. A consistent income and a permanent residence contribute to your chances of getting approved.

  1. Your ability to make repayments.

Most lenders take into account your ability to make loan repayments. This involves taking a look at how you meet expenses and existing loans.

  1. The kind of vehicle you want to purchase.

The exact type, make, model and brand of vehicle you want to purchase will also determine whether you get approved or not. When the four previously mentioned factors indicate you can afford it, you have higher chances of securing that loan.

There are many ways for you to improve your chances of getting a car loan, most of which have something to do with the five discussed factors. Improve them as much as you can, and you will be on your way to taking home that dream car.