Mid Atlantic Finance (MAF) is now offering an agressive payment stream program. The MAF SPS program is designed to provide BHPH dealers with additional capital without losing total ownership of the note. Program Highlights:3 - 12 month Payment StreamsAgressive Pricing GuarnteedMAF collects the note at no additional costDealer collect option availableAbility to purchase with little to no seasoning requiredAccepts Weekly, Bi-Weekly, Semi-Monthly and Monthly contracts At the End of the Stream…See More
Mid-Atlantic now offers an aggressive sub-prime lending program designed to help dealers increase sales and turn your inventory faster. The Flex! program offers an alternative lending source to our dealer partners for all customer and credit types. Flex! offers various ways for our dealer partners to recoop their initial investment and maximize profits on day one, as well as earn future profits through MAF's Bonus Pool program. Tired of waiting months or years to build a large pool of loans in…See More
Mid Atlantic Finance Co now offers an aggressive program designed to fund contracts with NO AGING for immeadiate cash flow. The Flex Line Purchase program is the industries first true captial management program, designed to give the best upfront advances on deals that are turned down by conventional point of sale lenders and allows the dealer to recoup their investment from Day One. Receive immeadiate pricing while the customer is on your lot and get them approved!! MAF also offers…See More
More Power For Your BHPH Business!This group is for Buy Here Pay Here dealers that are interested in BHPH information, education and training to improve sales and profitability in your business.See More
"AJ, you make a good point. At the time lenders were financing 115%, everyone was making money and reliable financing sources were available for every niche. The exposure was fairly low for the lender and the auction sales were stable. Mid-summer 06…"
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