Are you tired of feeling ripped off when you trade your car in to the dealership?
How about wanting to sell your car yourself but afraid you might make a mistake?
This course will show you how easy it is to sell your car yourself and earn hundreds or even thousands more than the dealer will give you.
Master selling your own car online with this easy step by step course.
You'll learn how to sell your own car safely and confidently, and earn a lot more money in the process.
We'll talk about everything you need to know to sell your own car. You'll also see exactly how to make an online ad and do price research. Finally, helpful resources are provided to assist you throughout the course.
I designed this course to be easy enough for any beginner to learn how to sell their car quickly and easily, but also offer advanced tips for those with limited experience selling cars who want to do so more effectively.
It's important to get the car nice and clean for the photographs. It's also good to take great pictures with the best camera you have available.
The next step is to determine the price you will list your vehicle for. The first step in doing this is to determine the Kelley Blue Book value of your vehicle.
The second step in determining your price is to do market research by seeing what other people are selling similar vehicles for. This provides sales comparables that are useful in determining your price.
Once you have a Kelley Blue Book value and market research, you are ready to set your price. It's important to build some cushion into your price to allow for negotiation.
Step by step instructions for creating your free ad on Craigslist.
A few other places to list the car online including two free sources two paid options to increase your number of listings and exposure to customers.
Look out for scams via text and email after you list your car for sale online. There are some simple solutions that you can use to avoid scams.
This lecture talks about what forms of payments you should accept and which you should not when selling your car. Just remember, cash is king.
Two very important documents when selling a car are the Title and a Bill of Sale. Ideally, you want to have both of these documents ready to go for the smoothest possible transaction.
Be friendly, be yourself, and avoid saying anything negative about the vehicle when meeting with customers.
The safest option is to meet customers at a public place such as a coffee shop or grocery store parking lot. Meeting at your house is not recommended.
How to negotiate the sale price with the buyer. It's important to be negotiatation friendly, but also confident and firm in what you want out of the sale.
Steps to remember when closing the loop and making the final sale. It's important to exchange the money, remove your possessions from the car, sign the Title, sign both Bills of Sale, and to keep your license plates.
Congratulations! You've completed the course.
A business consultant by day, Garik is a blogger, student, teacher, ardent coffee drinker, and entrepreneur by night.
He has sold over a dozen cars over the last ten years as well as performed every mechanical job imaginable on a variety of vehicles. Additionally, he has tutored others one on one to learn basic mechanics and how to work on cars.
Garik also has experience selling a variety of products through an array of mediums such as eBay, Craigslist, & Amazon.
Garik holds a degree in International Conflict Analysis and Resolution from George Mason University. You can contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org