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Don't trade in

Thinking of trading in your car?

If so, we should talk.

If you're like most people, just the thought of trading in your car is a major source of anxiety. How do you know if you're being taken advantage of? Are you sure you're getting full market (or better) value for your vehicle? Are you sick and tired of the back and forth negotiating?

You're not alone. Every year, millions of American's either sell or buy a used car. In fact, over the last few years, used car sales in the US have doubled. There is also a major shortage of used car inventory primarily due to microchip production issues.

If you've been thinking about trading in, now may be the perfect time.


Cheesy used car salesman

Whatever your reason, don't deal with the runaround.


A used car shortage, new cars being very affordable and economical -- combined with major work, school and lifestyle changes this past year -- the paradigm has shifted the leverage to those selling.

There are many reasons to consider selling your vehicle now.

You may even be looking to sell one of these vehicles with the best resale value.



Stuck in the mud

Don't get stuck with your lease

Leasing a car is a great option, especially if you don't need to put a lot of miles on your car. Most leases come with service and standard maintenance covered as well, which makes leasing seem like a no-brainer. 

However, even with all the pros to leasing, there are also several cons. It's important to consider all factors when looking to exit a lease, whether it's early or at the end of the term. 

A few of the common challenges most people experience are:
  • Penalties for exceeded miles
  • Penalties for excessive deterioration / wear and tear
  • Penalties for early termination

The bottom line is we have helped numerous clients get out their lease, either buying the vehicle, or transferring the lease to us. Either way, it's a much better option than paying penalties, or additional payments if you renew your lease. 



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