A race track of what to do at the end of a car leaseOptions at Termination

LeasePro provides custom lease facilitations to meet the needs and driving lifestyles of virtually every customer situation. In addition to matching the terms and payments to a client’s wants and desires, LeasePro agents also manage the programs through to maturity, helping you consider what to do at the end of a car lease. This management includes free lease evaluations, rental car assistance as well as discount recommendations for items such as tires, wheels, body shops and aftermarket add-ons such as tinted windows.

What to do at the end of a car lease

Each program offered by LeasePro provides clients with options, not obligations. At lease maturity, clients have 5 courses of action to choose from. The options include:

  1. Terminate the lease by turning in the vehicle to LeasePro.
  2. Trading the lease by facilitating a new program (lease or loan) with LeasePro.
  3. Purchase the vehicle from the bank with the assistance of LeasePro.
  4. Refinance the vehicle on a lease or loan through LeasePro.
  5. Sell the vehicle for a retail price on your own. Continue reading

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When considering leasing a vehicle, even the most seasoned client has questions or concerns. Programs can vary month to month and lease calculations depend on many changing factors (rate, residual, down payment, mileage, etc). In this article we talk about how to lease a car.

How to Lease a Car

Considering the many different programs and options on the market today, LeasePro provides:

1. Know your Driving Lifestyle

Consumers should know their driving habits before signing the contract. Lease programs are calculated based on a length of time and allotment of mileage. It is important for every customer to know and understand how long they plan on keeping a vehicle and how many miles they drive annually. Signing a contract over a longer period of time or without the necessary mileage required can end up costing clients far more at the end of the lease than they’ve saved with the reduced monthly payments lease programs provide. Continue reading