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I have many questions I hope that I got best answer please?

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Hello I have many questions I hope that I got best answer for it please ? 1st Question is there any deal now in the market to finance a car without downpayment & 0 % interest ? 2nd I am planning to get a loan and I want to use to many issues what kind
of loan I should look for ? also what are the best institutions (as bank what ever ) for that which easiest conditions on the loans ? 3rd my credit score is around 740 is it enough for me to do both financing car and get a loan ? Thank you
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Finance
Expert:  Rakhi Vasavada replied 1 year ago.

Dear Friend,

Hello and welcome. Thank you for providing an opportunity to assist you. Let me come straight to your points.

1. Zero downpayment loans are generally sought by people with poor earnings and bad credit. So, such loans can be little bit costlier than regular loans. You may see the following resources and see if they are of any use to you.

http://www.carloansnomoneydown.com/zero-down-payment-auto-loans.php

http://federalautoloan.com/?pmc=G-CarLoanQST&gclid=CLfyg9u57scCFZcrjgodyCgP5g

2. For borrowing money to be used for multiple purposes, the best you can do is to go for personal cash loans. You may explore the following resources.

https://www.santanderbank.com/us/personal/borrowing/loans/personal-loans

https://www.36monthloans.com/

https://www.prosper.com/loans

I am sure, either of the above would be of use to you.

3. Coming to your credit score, it is perfectly good enough. Anything above 700 is fine but yours being 740, it is perfectly fine enough.

I am sure this would help.

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