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Mar
12th
Mar

Here’s Where to Find Your Own 0% Financing Deals on a Car





NEW YORK (MainStreet) — The zero-percent car loan is less than half as common as it was four years ago, but U.S. consumers who find such deals can expect to save $3,500 on average, an Edmunds.com analysis shows.

"Sometimes consumers think zero-percent loans are some sort of scam, but they're actually legitimate. It's not a 'bait-and-switch' situation," says Jessica Caldwell of Edmunds, a car-buying site that recently studied zero-percent deals in depth.

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Dealers and automakers often use zero-percent financing to attract shoppers to certain car brands or models, typically offering buyers with good credit three to five years to pay off purchases using interest-free loans.

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These deals can cost manufacturers less money than cash rebates or special leases, but still save consumers big bucks.

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For instance, Edmunds estimates that shoppers who got zero-percent financing during 2014's first nine months will save $3,554 on average when compared with what those who got regular financing will spend on interest over their loans' lifetimes. (The firm found that the average loan taken out during the period had a 4.31% interest rate, a $28,000 principal and a 67-month term.)

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Caldwell adds that this year's savings are actually small in historic terms because of today's low interest rates. For instance, consumers who got zero-percent deals in 2007 typically saved around $6,000 on financing, as regular loan rates averaged 7.3% then.

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But Edmunds also found that zero-percent loans are harder to come by these days, accounting for just one percent of all dealer-provided financing.

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Jul
19th
Jul

Long before Amazon, QVC ruled home shopping: Its stock is coming back

Wall Street is about to see the return of one of TV's longstanding stars: QVC. The country's largest shopping network by viewers hasn't traded as a separate stock since 1995, when it was acquired by a consortium that included John Malone's Liberty Media .