Quick Cash Funds has a local car title loan office in Newark, California
Contact UsPhone Number: (800) 878-9467
Office Address: 39675 Cedar Blvd. Suite 190, Newark, California 94560
Hours: Monday - Friday: 9:30am to 5:30pm
Car Title Loans Newark, Alameda County, California
The economy is tough these dates and getting a bank loan is hard for most people. We offer quick, easy car title loans to people that live in or close to Newark, CA. The best part about using Quick Cash Funds is that your get to keep driving your car while you make your monthly payments.
Bad Credit Borrowers are Approved
Even if you have been declined somewhere else, give us a call! We do not care about your financial history. Bad credit or good credit makes no difference to us. We look at the equity in your vehicle and based the loan amount off the total value. In order to secure the title loan, Quick Cash Funds will become the lien holder on title. The car is still yours, you will remain the registered owner!
Team of Loan Experts
It only take minutes to find out how much you can borrow when you call into our Bay Area office. Our title loan experts will help you find a loan amount that fits your monthly budget. Quick Cash Funds wants to help you get the cash you need without adding unnecessary stress on you or your family.
About Newark, California
Newark is a city in Alameda County, California, United States. It was incorporated as a city in September 1955. Newark is anenclave, surrounded by the city of Fremont. The three cities of Newark, Fremont, and Union City make up the "Tri-City" area. Its population was 44,205 in 2015.
The southern end of the San Francisco Bay lies near the western edge of the city. State Route 84 runs through the city, and continues as the Dumbarton Bridge to cross the San Francisco Bay to reach Menlo Park. Interstate 880 serves as the eastern boundary with Fremont.
Newark's economy is at the edge of Silicon Valley and shares its economic pattern. Cargill Salt, previously known as Leslie Salt, operates a large salt refinery in Newark which cleans solar salt produced in salt evaporation ponds in the San Francisco Bay.
The city houses the Newpark Mall, a super-regional shopping center, with anchor stores Sears, J. C. Penney, Macy's, and Burlington Coat Factory, and over 140 other retailers. Rouse Properties broke ground on 140,000 square feet of restaurants and entertainment at NewPark, including a multiplex movie theater with Imax that would open in late 2015. The former Sun Microsystems site near I-880, State Route 84 and the Dumbarton Bridge was purchased by BioMed Realty Trust and is now known as the Pacific Research Center.
The Newark Office serves the following cities: