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Quick Question #10639790 02/23/15 04:33 PM
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Looking for a place that does buy here pay here financing on boats. I am looking for a boat in the 15K or less price range. I don't have bad credit I just don't have much credit at all. Thank for any info.

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Originally Posted By: Booger Hook
Looking for a place that does buy here pay here financing on boats. I am looking for a boat in the 15K or less price range. I don't have bad credit I just don't have much credit at all. Thank for any info.


Man. Don't even get yourself into that [censored]!!!

Just go to a credit Union and become a member and get a real loan. Your rate might be higher do to lack of credit, but I GARANTEE YOU IT WILL BE FRACTIONS of what you would pay at a tote the note.

I worked for a car customizing place for a while and the owner would "finance" cars for folks. It was around 29.99%!!!!!! Had a ghetto dude finance a 2007 Bentley Continental GT. The car cost is around $55k at the auction. The car sold for around $160,000 after financing. Lol

Don't be "that guy"!


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Re: Quick Question [Re: Booger Hook] #10639840 02/23/15 04:48 PM
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Further.... Just go to a dealer and see what a new boat, nothing super fancy, would cost. I bet you that a dealer can get you financed on a decent 18-19ft boat in the $20-25k range easier than you think. A bank will loan on a boat of that value easier than a cheaper or more expensive boat. Also the new boat finacing terms are easier. Might be a longer term loan, but I bet they can get you a monthly you could handle.


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Re: Quick Question [Re: Booger Hook] #10639852 02/23/15 04:51 PM
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if you are a costco member, you can try them costco finance

thats how i got my boat, pretty good rate.


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Thanks Steezmacqueen for the info.

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