12-15-2013 08:09 AM
12-15-2013 05:03 PM - edited 12-15-2013 05:08 PM
12-15-2013 09:36 PM
12-16-2013 07:32 AM
12-16-2013 04:19 PM
If your credit score is already at or above 700 then even paying down utilization and raising it further is not going to have a significant effect on auto lease rates. I don't know what BMW's promotional cycles are like but I do know on most makes the dealers offer some pretty serious incentives at the end of the year (December) to move out cars before taxes are assessed. At least in California.
You may want to check in with at least one different dealership to see if they can give you even better terms than your current offer.
12-18-2013 08:45 PM
You were correct but I did get the car. I leased the 2014 528i. $2500 down, payment $588 for 36 months, not the $1500, 576 payment I was anticipating. My score dropped all the down to a 610 with auto-enhanced. I have no car credit, saved and paid cash for last 528i BMW. They did give me the $1000 off for loayaly, dropped the sticker considerably to keep my business. They wanted $5,500 with $576 afer they ran my credit. ed will def. bring my score up, how many on time payments will it take before to bring my score up.
Your insight was helpful and got me prepared for the worst. Thanks again
12-18-2013 08:49 PM
Yes, I qualified for tier 1 leasing. The dealership gave a decent deal considering my auto-enhanced score dropped me to a 610, which was a big disappointment. They pulled Experian. $2500 down, $588 payment for 36 months. Im happy, they are happy. All is well.
12-19-2013 07:09 AM
And after this, you'll have a good auto enhanced I hope =)
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