CUDL is a service through which individuals are able to get loans at auto dealerships which are financed through a credit union (with their rates) instead of the dealership and its rates.
Then, can I bring my own financing to dealership?
Pre-Approvals and Auto Loans
Getting your own financing before you walk into a dealership means securing auto financing somewhere else. Usually this means heading to a direct lender such as a bank, credit union, or online lending service. … Once you have the selling price settled, you can discuss financing options later.
One may also ask, do all dealerships use the same lenders?
A typical car dealership has relationships with about 20 different lenders, some of which only lend to prime borrowers while others specialize in sub-prime. These can include banks, independent finance companies, and even credit unions.
Do car dealerships look at your bank account?
“Of the many items to bring to a dealer will need when applying for your car loan, statements aren’t commonly requested. The dealer will sometimes look at your bank accounts to verify your income or help them decide if you’re a credit risk based on how much money you have in the bank.
We do check credit history, but not on every loan. It is more important to us that the loan is affordable for you and improves your life rather than give you another burden to be worried about. …
Since 1994, CU Direct’s focus has been helping credit unions succeed at providing a unique brand of lending – excellent, efficient and designed to serve the member.
Ontario, CA, September 30, 2010 ¾ CUDL (www.cudl.com), the nation’s leading indirect and point-of-purchase auto lending solutions CUSO, and administrators of the nation’s largest auto lending network for credit unions, has announced multiple new partnership agreements with credit unions and CUSOs.
CU Direct delivers lending solutions and technology to over 1,100 financial institutions, 14,000 auto dealers as well as retailers and medical providers nationwide.