PAWN MY BOAT
Loan Against My Boat
Pawn my boat? What does that mean and how can it help you?
Pawning your boat is a very simple and cost effective way to get cash with your boat as security, without having to sell it. This can also be seen as a “Lend and Park” solution.
Pawning something you own is a practise that goes back hundreds of years and is the simplest way to gain access to the cash locked up in your movable asset.
At First Advance, they are committed to providing you with the simplest, most cost-effective, and quickest means possible to lend and park or pawn your boat.
The option to pawn your boat is significantly more affordable than the option to “Lend and Drive” or “Pawn your car and still drive it”, which is another way in which First Advance help people with cash.
Getting a loan against your boat this way will bring about a saving of around half the price!!
Additionally, in order to be eligible for a loan through the company, they also do not demand nearly as much proof as what is required in the case of a Lend and Drive transaction.
This means in effect that the Pawn option may grant a customer even larger amounts in loans.
Days to Repay
Reasons to Pawn Your Boat
The most important reason why you would pawn your boat is to get a loan quickly and easily.
People who are in desperate need of cash but have no other options for acquiring it frequently turn to this kind of loan.
People who have a low credit score or who are unable to obtain a standard bank loan may also be eligible for this type of financing.
What Are the Pros and Cons of Taking a Loan Against Your Boat?
Pawning your Boat can be a quick and convenient way to get cash by using your boat as collateral.
You will have to take your boat to the premises of First Advance in Germiston, and they will keep it there while you are repaying the loan.
There are risks involved for both the customer and the company. This include high interest rates, fees and charges, and the possibility of still losing your boat if you fail to repay the loan as agreed.
It is therefore mandatory that you should carefully read the terms and conditions of the loan agreement before signing it and make sure you can afford the repayments.
What to Consider Before you Pawn Your Boat
Before you compare different Pawn and Lend providers and products, you should first consider the amount and duration of the loan: How much money do you need and for how long?
Consider how much interest you will pay on the loan. What would the total cost of borrowing, including interest and fees, expressed as a percentage, be? Also think of the other costs involved in the loan. Some providers may charge fees for setting up, administering, extending or terminating the loan, or charge penalties for late or missed payments.
Find out how reliable and trustworthy is the provider by checking online reviews, ratings and complaints from other customers.
What are the legal and regulatory aspects of Pawn your Boat?
In South Africa, Pawn your Boat and similar loan agreements are regulated by the National Credit Act 34 of 2005, which sets out the rights and obligations of both lenders and borrowers.
How to Apply for and Repay a Pawn your Boat Loan
To apply for a Pawn you Boat loan, you will still need to provide some personal and financial information, such as your name, address, income, expenses, bank account details, etc. to First Advance.
You will also need to provide proof of ownership and insurance of your boat, such as the logbook or title document, registration certificate, etc.
You need to take the boat to First Advance’s yard in Germiston and leave it there.
They will do some checks on the boat in order to value it, and then calculate the amount they are willing to lend to you.
You may get anything between 50% and 80 % of the value of your boat as loan.
You will sign an agreement that states the interest rate and monthly repayments, and to repay the loan, you will need to make regular payments according to the agreed schedule. You should keep track of your payments and receipts and contact your lender if you have any difficulties or queries. If you repay the loan in full and on time, you will get back your boat and the full ownership of it.
Why Choose First Advance to Assist with a Loan Against Your Boat
First Advance are experienced financiers who have been conducting business in Africa for a combined total of over 25 years.
They understand what it’s like to be in a bind financially, whether it be for personal or professional reasons.
All their business transactions is one of a kind and individualised.
When they work with your property, they ensure the highest level of safety and discretion, and treat all transactions as totally secret.
How much can I borrow with Pawn your Boat?
The amount you can borrow with Pawn your Boat depends on the value of your boat and your ability to repay the loan. Different lenders may have different criteria and limits, but generally you can borrow between 50% and 80% of the value of your boat.
How do I apply for Pawn your Boat?
To apply for Pawn your Boat, you will need to provide some personal and financial information, such as your name, address, income, expenses, bank account details, etc. You will also need to provide proof of ownership and insurance of your vehicle.
How do I repay the loan?
To repay the loan, you will need to make regular payments according to the agreed schedule. You can usually pay by direct debit, bank transfer, or cash.
What are the risks of Pawn you Boat?
The main risk of Pawn your Boat is that you could lose your boat if you fail to repay the loan. The lender has the right to sell your boat without a court order if you default on the loan. You may also end up paying more than the value of your boat due to high interest rates and fees and it may affect your credit score negatively if you miss payments or default on the loan.
Can I get a loan if my boat has outstanding finance or is leased?
No, you cannot get a loan if your boat has outstanding finance or is leased. To take out a loan, you must be the legal owner of the boat and have no outstanding finance owing on it.