You have been pre-selected... just a few residency and income questions. Credit report is NOT the only factor required for credit approval.
Find out what you qualify for in just 1-2 business days. You could be in a new car faster than you thought possible.
Special programs for your exact situation - Rates in the 3-10% range. Ignore this program at your expense! Other dealers will quote you 20%+ but it’s not their fault - that is the best they can do without our special program.
Fast, Painless Application Process
Pre-Selected Quality Dealers
Low Rates On New Cars and Trucks
Friendly Response Within 1-2 Business Days
Frequently Asked QuestionsThese are some of our most commonly asked questions.
What should I do if I’m not comfortable submitting this information online?
If you’re not comfortable submitting an application online, feel free to call us at (888) 383-8165 and we will fill out an application with you over the phone.
Why do you want to know my previous address?
If you haven’t lived at your current address for two years or more, then we required your previous address simply for verification purposes.
How can you get such low interest rates?
Here at REM, we work with dealerships that have some of the largest and most qualified special finance departments in the country. These departments work directly with multiple different credit unions that they have strong histories with to ensure that every qualified applicant can get approved for the car that they want.
Should I add a co-applicant to my application?
To help your chances of getting approved for the car that you want, it is always a good idea to add a co-applicant. Although it is not necessarily required, it can help your chances of approval to add a co-applicant.
What should I put if I am retired or on disability?
If you are unemployed because of retirement or because you’re collecting disability, please state either "Disabled" or "Retired" under Employer Name, and include your monthly retirement or disability amount under Gross Monthly Income.
What information should I include in the “Known credit issues” box?
There is no wrong answer to this question. We prefer that you include information about your bankruptcy, if applicable, but nothing is required. Include whatever additional information you feel comfortable including.