Ren’T’Own® Lease’T’Own®

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Ren’T’Own®          Lease’T’Own®

Learn about Ren’T’Own®/Lease’T’Own™ and how it can compliment your current BHPH business model.

Website: http://www.northlanddealers.com
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Latest Activity: Jul 24, 2014

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Discussion Forum

Corporate structure for LHPH?

Started by MICHAEL SOLOMON Oct 18, 2012. 0 Replies

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Started by Gayle P.. Last reply by Thomas LaBate Nov 26, 2009. 4 Replies

Northland RTO/LTO Blog

Money is Money – Right?

Money is Money.  Maybe the payment comes in from your customer’s mom, maybe from their girlfriend or boyfriend.  You don’t really care – the bottom line is you want the payment. We urge you to be careful with this thinking! … Continue reading

Top 10 Vehicles

We are often asked what kind of cars dealers use for their Ren’T'Own®  and Lease’T’Own® inventory.  We’ve always answered that question with a monetary answer – vehicles between $3,000 – $7,000 wholesale.  Today let’s look at the post popular Make/Models. … Continue reading

How it Started….and the Bonus!

For some years I had been looking at the BHPH industry and the credit challenged consumer which it serves.   Even back in 1990 we could see the huge numbers of credit challenged consumers climbing.  Taking into consideration the number of … Continue reading

THE CAR DEALER’S WISHBOOK

What would be the #1 thing you write down in your Car Dealer’s Wishbook? More customers Qualified customers Leverage over delinquent payers Protection against customer’s bankruptcies Positive cash flow No more repossessions Relief from Tax Burdens Customer retention Support and … Continue reading

Voluntary Lease Returns

Voluntary Returns – Why they’re a Good Thing!   Allowing customers to bring Lease’T’Own® cars back to the dealership is the hardest concept for dealers to understand.  After all, dealers are in the business of getting rid of cars right?!  … Continue reading

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Comment by David Ruggles on February 18, 2009 at 12:04pm
I hope more pragmatic minds take over. Lenders should be free to "price for risk." It seems obvious that the price charged for increased risk in certain mortgages wasn't adequate, as it was assumed housing would continue to escalate or hold steady in value.
Comment by Jack Stanton on February 18, 2009 at 11:52am
I would agree, but our state government is trying to reign in our profit margins. The socialists are taking over and want more control over the auto industry.
Comment by David Ruggles on February 18, 2009 at 11:46am
It seems the laws regulating LHPH, instead of LTO or RTO are federal and don't fall under state guidelines. LHPH falls under the auspices of Reg M.
Comment by Jack Stanton on February 18, 2009 at 11:30am
CIADA here in NC has advised us to stay out of RTO & LTO until the legislature has amended the laws.
Comment by Jack Stanton on February 16, 2009 at 7:55pm
The legality of RTO is still in question for the state of NC.
Comment by David Ruggles on February 11, 2009 at 7:03pm
Randall McCathren has had a complete "Lease Here Pay Here" program for a few years... I don't know what similarities might exist. Sounds like the underlying advantages should be the same. I cannot understand why anyone would do BHPH when they could do the Rent or Lease, especially in states where the sales tax is on the payment of a rental or lease, rather than the full amount! Of course, there are many more advantages!
Comment by David Ruggles on February 11, 2009 at 6:00pm
I'll give him an invite!
Comment by Harlene Doane on February 11, 2009 at 5:54pm
David, Randall can't get here if he doesn't know about the site. The site just launched on Monday. Just wait til word gets out. :-)
Comment by David Ruggles on February 11, 2009 at 5:33pm
How is it that Randall McCathren isn't involved in this group? I thought he was the "father" of Lease Here, Pay Here. I entire concept is a complete "no brainer!"
 

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