Buy Here and Pay Here Car Lots, a leading online service that matches used car shoppers with dealerships who can approve their credit, has announced that it is launching a trio of new websites dedicated to helping consumers in GA, PA, and RI.
Online PR News – 13-October-2011 – – Buy Here and Pay Here Car Lots, a leading online service that matches used car shoppers with dealerships who can approve their credit, has announced that it is launching a trio of new websites dedicated to helping consumers in the following states: Georgia, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island. Why these three states? A marketing VP with the company explained it this way: "Data from our existing traffic has shown that users in these three states are really looking for dealers that finance in house right now," he said. "And on top of that, and perhaps more importantly, we have dealers in these states who are hungry for more customers, even if they have credit problems or no credit to speak of."
The first website is Buy Here Pay Here Georgia, dedicated to used car shoppers in the Peach State. The blog keeps users updated about automotive happenings across the southeast, and secure web application allows them to find and get-approved for financing from GA dealerships that offer in house (Buy Here Pay Here) financing. This removes the necessity for a bank loan.
The second site launched is Buy Here Pay Here Car Lots in PA, which helps people in the Keystone State get pre-approved for auto credit. Dealers in this state are especially receptive to shoppers whose credit has seen better days.
Last but not least is RI Buy Here Pay Here. Yes, Rhode Island may be a small state in terms of relative geographic area and population, but it's residents have an inordinate appetite for used cars and the loans necessary to finance them.
In today's post-recession marketplace, getting a car loan from your bank is still difficult, if not impossible, unless your credit is perfect. Buy Here Pay Here, or in house auto loans give people the opportunity to circumvent the onus of bank-approved financing and get a used car financed directly at the dealership, even if they have subprime credit.