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Car finance advice

Most people buying a new or used car will do so using some sort of car finance. Whether buying or leasing, The Executivecondominium can give you the right advice and help get you get the best car for your budget.

The Executivecondominium provides independent and impartial information on any aspect of car finance. You should always consider any finance offer carefully before signing a contract or agreement.

The Executivecondominium does not provide specific advice on any finance quotation or offer. The purpose of this site is to give you the knowledge you need to be able to make an informed decision about any finance agreement you are considering.

Car finance glossary

Our comprehensive glossary of car finance terms will help you understand what all that jargon means.

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Our top car finance articles

Personal Contract Purchase: the PCP explained

The PCP (personal contract purchase) is the most popular type of car finance. This guide tells you everything you need to know about PCP car finance.

Personal Contract Hire (PCH) explained

Personal contract hire (PCH) is a popular way of driving a new car. It is considered a viable alternative to a personal contract purchase (PCP).

Car finance: Voluntary termination of a PCP or HP

Voluntary termination is your legal right to cancel your PCP or HP car finance agreement in certain circumstances. The Executivecondominium explains how it works.

What are your options at the end of a PCP?

Many car buyers are confused about what their choices at the end of a PCP car finance agreement. We explain your options to help you make the best choice.

More car finance advice

The car industry needs to be more honest when selling car finance

A story on BBC News has highlighted the public's lack of understanding when it comes to PCP car finance, as well as the futility of debating it on social media.

Car finance: Top 10 PCP myths busted

Based on all the questions about PCP finance we have received here over the last few years, we've listed our Top 10 PCP myths – and then busted them.

Lexus launches new car subscription service

Lexus is the latest car manufacturer to launch a subscription service that allows customers to pay a monthly fee for an all-inclusive ownership experience.

Electric car market flat due to long waiting times

Britain’s electric car revolution is being hampered by a "bottleneck" in global battery production, as demand far outstrips supply of zero-emission vehicles.

Car finance: Negative equity and why it’s a problem

One of the big problems in car finance is negative equity, and it can get you into financial trouble. But what is negative equity and why is it a problem?

Financial watchdog to crack down on rip-off car dealers

Car dealers are ripping off buyers on their car finance by more than £1,000 to pocket higher commissions, Britain’s financial watchdog has found.

Can I take out car finance for someone else?

Can you take out car finance in your name if the car is for someone else? This is called an accommodation deal, and it causes considerable confusion.

Reality check: Is Brexit making car finance more expensive?

Media reports in the last few days claim that Brexit is responsible for driving up the price of cars and the cost of PCP car finance. But is that actually true?

The ten golden rules for buying a car

Buying a new or used car? Follow these pearls of wisdom from The Executivecondominium and make sure you get the right car for the right price.

Car finance report 2018: record debt for new and used cars

Despite private new car sales falling more than 6% in 2018, it was yet another record-breaking year for car finance borrowing for both new and used cars.

The biggest motoring trends to look out for in 2019

Warranty Direct looks at the car trends set to hit the automotive industry in 2019. What will be the things that drivers are looking for this year?

Car finance debt continues to grow despite falling sales

Car finance debt increased in the third quarter of 2018, despite the number of new finance agreements falling in line with lower new car sales in September.

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Disclaimer

Most car finance agreements in the UK are regulated by the , and anyone involved in the selling of car finance must be accredited by the FCA. You should always consider the terms and conditions of any agreement carefully before taking out any form of car finance, as you are making a substantial ongoing commitment and there may be significant costs if you change your mind or are unable to meet your commitments at a later date.

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