Welcome to Milburn's Auto's Finance Department, your auto loan and car lease resource. We are eager to provide financing for your new car. Check out our online car loan calculator for an instant car loan rate. Then, proceed to our online finance application.
All types of credit, from good to bad, can qualify for an auto loan. No credit, no problem! We will work with you to secure a no credit car loan if your situation demands it. Milburn's Auto has strong relationships and is committed to finding you the perfect car loan company to suit your car finance needs.
Milburn's offers financing or leasing options to assist its customers in the purchase of a vehicle. Our finance staff will work with you to get an affordable monthly payment approval with our many lending partners.
Pre-approval for financing is available with our secure online finance application.
At Milburn Auto Sales we are pleased to offer you the lowest possible interest rate on your next car, SUV, van or truck loan. We proudly serve Guelph, Cambridge, Kitchener, Milton, Waterloo, Hamilton, Brantford, Elora, Fergus and the Southern Ontario Region in Ontario.
If you need to purchase a car but you have a poor credit history or no credit at all, many dealerships and loan institutions will not offer you the car financing that you need. Fortunately, here at Milburn Auto Sales we make it our goal to provide car loans to those who need them the most, including those who do not have good credit. We will go above and beyond to make sure that a reputable car lending institution offers you a loan that has affordable monthly payments so that you can purchase a car without worrying how you are going to put food on the table for your family. If you have been turned down by lending institutions in the past, come to Milburn Auto Sales and we will do everything in our power to ensure that you are able to secure the car financing you need for your used vehicle purchase.
Waterloo is a city in Southern Ontario, Canada. It is the smallest of the three cities in the Regional Municipality of Waterloo, and is adjacent to the larger city of Kitchener.
Kitchener and Waterloo are often jointly referred to as Kitchener-Waterloo (K-W), or "the twin cities", although they have separate city governments. There have been several attempts to amalgamate the two cities (sometimes with the city of Cambridge as well), but none have been successful.
The reported population for the city can vary depending on how temporary residents at Waterloo's two universities are counted. At the time of the 2006 census, Waterloo had a population of 97,475. That number as with all populations counts nationally does not include post-secondary students who are temporary residents. The city's total population at the end of 2006 with over 20,000 non-resident post-secondary students included was 114,700.
As of 2009 the City of Waterloo reported the population including temporary residents to be 121,700 on their website.
The Intelligent Community Forum named Waterloo the Top Intelligent Community of 2007. Waterloo had lost to Taipei in 2006. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.