Selling a car privately for the very first time can be a daunting endeavor. Getting it showroom pretty, deciding on the best price, and polishing the perfect sales pitch may seem like a giant pain in the posterior, but the process does not have to be as agonizing as it sounds. You can master the art of automotive sales and get a great price when you sell your car.
Get ready to bid farewell to your four-wheeled friend. By following a few easy steps, you can ensure that your car will sell quickly –and that your bank account balance will rise substantially. Here’s how.
Is your car a “cream puff?” If so, it won’t take much to restore its former glory. And, don’t worry if your car is…um…a little less than perfect. No matter how old or how well-loved your automobile is, you can make it more appealing to potential buyers by giving it a thorough once over.
When setting a price, the object is to get as much money as you can without scaring away potential customers. It may sound a bit like walking a tightrope, but there are a few ways to determine the best price.
Now, you’re set to sell your car like a pro. It won’t be long and you’ll have an empty space in your driveway and a very full wallet.
What advice can you offer someone who wants to sell their car privately?
Kimberley Laws is a regular contributor to HowDoYou.com and the author of two blogs, The Embiggens Project and Searching for Barry Weiss. A "Jill of all trades," she is a High School English Teacher and Certified Career Counselor with a background in makeup artistry, retail banking, and graphic design. She is also a scrapbooking, PEZ-collecting, car enthusiast who loves travelling and New York City.
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