Requirements for Bank Auto Loan Approval
- Application. The first requirement is obviously to complete the bank’s loan application.
- Credit Score. Most banks require a credit check to determine your credit score.
- Proof of Residence and Identification.
- Income and Employment Verification.
- Proof of Insurance.
- Down Payment.
- Seek a Co-Signer.
What kind of credit score do you need to buy a car?
At the end of 2017, the average credit score for a new-car loan was 713, and 656 for a used-car loan, according to an Experian report.
Car loan rates by credit score.
|Credit score||Average APR, new car||Average APR, used car|
|Source: Experian Information Solutions|
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Do loan companies check your bank account?
Payday lenders request your bank account details — generally your account number and routing number — for a number of reasons. One reason is to verify that you’re eligible, since most loans require you to have an operating bank account to qualify. You may also have to provide copies of your actual bank statements.
How long does a bank take to approve a car loan?
This could take a few days to process, and it may take one to three business days for your funds to show up in your account. From start to finish, it can take up to a week to receive a car loan from an online lender. The approval time for car loans from banks and credit unions varies.
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