05-06-2013 06:18 AM - edited 05-06-2013 06:24 AM
I'm pretty sure that TrishN was giving another way out of this mess. In that example, they had just traded their boat in for a truck. Then they realized they were about to get a repo on the vehicle (Honda Accord) for someone they cosigned for. They traded in their 'new' truck, their personal BMW and the Honda about to get repoed. The two autos traded at a loss. The truck at a +2k profit. Then they put an extra $5 down.
So, in the end they have paid off the car loans without any repos hitting their reports and walked away still having a Chevrolet Suburban.
Edited: reread and believe they traded the boat for one vehicle not two.
05-07-2013 08:41 PM - edited 05-07-2013 08:44 PM
sorry, ill make it simple. we co-signed for one bad people (honda accord). my car is bmw. I bought another ford 1999 f150 at same time I bought my boat. the one we co-signed for, they dont want to pay it no more.I traded my bmw+honda accord+ford f150 I just got to get chevrolet sbb. bc I dont want repo hit my cr.like some one said I walk away with another car with no repo on my cr.but I have to roll over 9k- total from bmw and honda to chevrolet.and another thing. I also traded my f150 I just bought 3k6 to dealer for 2k. I lose another 1k6. so it is make sense? sorry for complicated
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