First Capital Business Finance
Unlock the equity in your truck or trailer and get the working capital for your trucking business in as little as a three days. First Capital Business Finance can have you approved for title loan financing in as little as 2 hours and can get the funds wired into your account in as little as 3 days! Any commercial vehicle or trailer can be used as collateral for this program. Don’t worry if you have bad credit, we do not use credit scores to qualify you! Even if you have past due child support we have a way programs that will consider your application! If you’re ready to get the process started, give us a call and one of our advisors can prequalify you within a few minutes.
A commercial title loan, also known as a vehicle title loan or an auto title loan, is a type of short-term, high-interest loan that is secured by the borrower’s vehicle title. In this arrangement, the borrower uses their vehicle as collateral to obtain a loan from a lender. The lender holds the title of the vehicle as security until the loan is repaid in full, including the principal amount borrowed plus interest and any associated fees.
Here’s how a typical commercial title loan works:
Application: The borrower applies for a title loan by submitting their vehicle title, along with some basic personal and vehicle information, to the lender. The lender evaluates the vehicle’s value to determine the maximum loan amount they are willing to provide.
Vehicle Inspection: In most cases, the lender will inspect the vehicle to assess its condition and value. The loan amount is often based on a percentage of the vehicle’s appraised value.
Loan Approval: If the lender approves the loan application, the borrower agrees to the terms and conditions, including the interest rate, repayment schedule, and any associated fees.
Title Transfer: The borrower hands over the vehicle’s title to the lender, who keeps it as collateral for the duration of the loan.
Loan Disbursement: Once the loan agreement is finalized, the lender provides the borrower with the agreed-upon loan amount, typically in the form of a check or direct deposit.
Repayment: The borrower is required to make regular payments to repay the loan, usually on a monthly basis. The repayment period is relatively short, often ranging from one month to a few months.
Interest and Fees: Commercial title loans are known for their high interest rates and fees. The annual percentage rates (APRs) on these loans can be extremely high, making them a costly form of borrowing.
Vehicle Possession: While the borrower repays the loan, the lender retains possession of the vehicle’s title. If the borrower fails to make payments as agreed upon, the lender may have the right to repossess and sell the vehicle to recover the outstanding amount.
Loan Completion: Once the borrower repays the loan in full, including all principal, interest, and fees, the lender returns the vehicle’s title to the borrower.
Commercial title loans are often marketed as a way for individuals with poor credit histories to access quick cash. However, due to their high interest rates and the risk of losing their vehicles if they can’t repay the loan, borrowers should carefully consider their options and the potential consequences before entering into such an agreement. Additionally, regulations surrounding title loans vary by jurisdiction, so borrowers should be aware of the laws in their area before taking out such a loan.
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