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Upside Down On Your Car Mortgage?





Becoming upside down usually means that you owe far more than your motor vehicle is worthy of. In this article is how to check if you are upside down and how I visualize it in Excel.

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  1. I work at a local used car dealership. We use NADA values because of their accuracy as well as all the credit unions and lenders use it too. Might just be in my area. But usually KBB is really off in values. Just a comment but great vids man! I don't know how you don't have more subscribers.

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  2. Dude you put out awesome content. Keep it up!

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  3. Zent I need your help man. I took a loan out and bought a Volkswagen GTI and basically maxed out my credit cards for mods and now I'm financially stressed 🙁

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  4. economic zent are the best videos in this channel

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  5. EXCEL! Fully Torqued.

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  6. Hi Zent, do you think investing in real estate is a good idea? I'm thinking of buying a condo in OC.

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  7. Can you provide us with a link to that spread sheet? Thank you for the video.

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  8. Hey! Normally I always give you a thumbs up. This time I gave you a thumbs down, you didnt use trade in value. Yes, you'll always make more money selling private party but a dealership goes off trade in value. Reason being is its safer for an individual to trade in.

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  9. Please don't stop the finance videos zent, they're extremely helpful.

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  10. Keep up the #financefridays 👌🏼😃

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  11. Wow that tool in excel is amazing. I started making a budget with Excel but that car thing is amazing. I subbed originally for the finance stuff so I support those videos!

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  12. ZentsGirlfriend drives a Hyundai?? I was thinking something more Fast and Furious.

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  13. Love these technical videos, thank you.

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