A grand piano on display.

Piano Financing

Need financing for a piano? We may be able to help you get an offer, even if you have bad credit. If approved, you will be able to shop any vendor as a cash buyer.

First, how much do you expect to spend?

A piano purchased with piano financing.

Financing Even With Bad Credit

We can help you get the financing that you need, even if you have bad credit. We are not lenders however, instead we get you access to a much larger group of online lenders. More lenders means that your chances of getting an approved offer from one of them is greater.

Here is how you can get your musical instrument financing online.

First, fill out the form at the top of the page. Enter in how much you expect to spend on your piano and then some general information about yourself. You will also need to enter the information for the bank where you want your money sent. If approved, your lender will send money directly to your account, so you can buy your piano with cash.

Once you finish your form, check it for errors and then submit it to the lending group. If approved, one lender from this group will make you an offer and you will get redirected to their website to view it.

Your last step is to simply make your decision on your piano financing. Read all of the details and make sure that you fully understand all of the terms. If you have questions, ask your lender to clarify things. We are not lenders and will have no information on your loan. This means that you must communicate directly with your lender.

Making Your Piano Loan Decision

If you received an approved offer, you now have a big decision to make. Should you accept your loan? If you have bad credit your loan terms could be a little harsh. Here are some questions to ask yourself before you make a decision.

Is The Cost Of The Loan Too High?

Unless you are a piano instructor, this is probably not a necessary expense, it is a luxury one. Because if this, you should make sure that the final cost of the loan is not too high. Compare the total cost of the loan, including all fees and interest, to the purchase price of a piano. Is the extra cost of finance worth it?

Can You Afford The Loan Payment?

Fit the potential loan payment into your budget and make sure that you have enough room. If you do not have a budget, now is a good time to make one. Simply write down all of your bills, including your potential piano financing payment, and compare this amount to your take home pay. If things look too tight, you might want to think twice about accepting a loan.

Is There A Better Way To Get A Piano?

Finally, is there another way that you can get the piano you need? Could you save the money or shop for a used piano? What about simply leasing the piano? Think about all of your other options before committing to an expensive loan.

Shopping For Your Piano

If you were approved for financing and decided to accept a loan, you now get to shop for your new musical instrument. You also get to do this as a cash buyer. This gives you a lot of advantages.

The chief advantage is being able to shop any store that you like. That will allow you to get the exact piano that you like at the best price.

In addition, you can feel free to check out the used market. That could allow you to save hundreds of dollars. Use the extra money to buy a guitar or any other musical gear that you like.


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