Probably one of the most difficult tasks at hand to a car owner is the one they face when trying to sell s car. One might ask, “How do I sell my car?”.
There are may options a vehicle owner has. For starters, you have to determine what type of condition is your vehicle is in. If your car is damaged from a collision and your insurance company isn’t going to pay you, you might only be able to sell it for parts. The next questions you might have is, should I sell it online, privately, to a private party, to a dealer, to CarMax, a cash for cars company or even on eBay. These are good questions and all are viable alternatives. The problem with selling it to a private party is dealing with a lot of strangers calling at all hours of the day. you also have to worry about fake check scams where you might find yourself to being a victim of crime. Some of these potential customers will often offer you much less than what you wanted or even worse, make an appointment and never show up. EBay is a fair alternative but most auctions end up falling short of your desired price and you only waste money listing your car for sale. You could try selling it to a dealer, unfortunately most dealers won’t buy the car unless you give it to them as a trade for a new car. CarMax superstores are a great alternative to trying to find a private buyer unfortunately there isn’t a CarMax in every county so you could try locating a car buying company that pays cash for cars. In the New York, NY – New Jersey, NJ area there is RCO Cash for Cars. RCO Cash for Cars pays the highest possible price for your used car in less than 20 minutes. They buy all types of new, used, leased, financed, and junk cars even without a title. “How do I sell my car when I still owe money on it?”. This can be tricky. Does your car have equity or negative depreciation. Depending on how much you put down or financed can be the deciding factor on selling the car. If you owe $5000 and your car is worth $7000, RCO will pay you $2000 and your bank $5000. If the car is worth less, you the seller may have to come to the table with the balance to offset the banks note.
For a free online quote showing how much your vehicle might be worth, visit RCO online at www.rcocashforcars.com or call 888-589-1747.
We hope this information helps you when you have to sell your next vehicle.