Renault Credit: loans of $ 10,000 to 2% over three years to buy a car

renaultThe main difficulty that individuals are being found to buy a car and at the same time benefit from discounts, promotions and grants the government and manufacturers, is whether or not you have all the money in acquiring financing.

And the financial crisis has caused financial institutions give very little credit, at interest rates hovering around 10% and above require a lot of requirements to give us money, so it is very difficult to buy a car in these conditions.

To alleviate this problem and yet this is temporary, the French manufacturer Renault through its financier in Spain has launched an initiative that will provide financing for the purchase of a car. Thus we have until 30 September, the French manufacturer will provide loans up to a maximum of 10,000 euros to an interest rate only 2% taking into account that financial institutions can not find it cheaper 8% -9%, and within three years.

This is an initiative from Renault covering every vehicle in the brand and it is targeted both for individuals and companies not autonomous and fleet owners. Obviously this measure in addition to existing rebates and subsidies in order to increase their sales and that stakeholders will be attracted because the interests are minimal.

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Use your card like a relationship

Credit CardsKarla Bayly, a Mexican business consultant, offers a highly innovative technique for handling credit cards:  As in a relationship with someone whose domain does not want to fall. Romance, of course, but without easements. Use your credit card, but without being its slave.

1. Find out about him / her
Before taking a step in the relationship, find out all you can about the object of our desire: cost and commissions, interest, penalties, credit limit, promotions …

2. Avoid repeating the same mistakes
From the above relations we learn to avoid tripping over the same stone. What did not work with your credit before? Or, especially: What was what you could not run?

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