Today’s topic is Flipping Cars for Profit Live – The Secret To Making Money Buying and Selling Cars.
One of the things that I want to stress out to be successful in Flipping Cars is to be persistent. Just because you don’t find a deal in a couple of days or even a week, it doesn’t mean that you won’t find one.
Keep on searching for deals, don’t give up and continue doing it a couple of hours a day. Even if you don’t find a deal, you’re learning the market and honing your skills.
Don’t think that you’re wasting your time finding deals because you’re not. I’ve gone through such phases wherein I don’t find deals for a couple of weeks.
Then, the deals come. And, when they do, make sure you jump at it immediately, negotiate with the buyer, go look at the car with cash in your pocket.
The other important secrets in this game is to take action, be positive and believe that you can do it. The window of opportunity will not be open forever, so you have to keep going.
Check out the video as Mayah shares something important too. J Most people are afraid of doing it because they think that they’re not good at it. They’re just afraid of failure.
Like what Mayah said, a quitter never wins and a winner never quits. Pretty good, huh? Isn’t she awesome?
All the successful people in the world take risks. You have to take a risk and jump outside of your comfort zone. Rewards don’t come without risks.
Question: When you say a deal, are you looking for cars that are below value? [7:10]
Yes, absolutely. Even better if you get it at trade-in value or less.
I found a couple of deals and want to go over them with you quickly. I’m doing a back and forth communication with a couple of these owners right now.
I’m negotiating a 2003 Honda CRV with 97,000 miles and clean title. His asking price is $2950. Not bad, huh? The ad says he’s selling it cheap because it needs cleaning. But, I even think it’s worth $2950.
He also said this on the ad, “If you’re looking for a new car, don’t waste my time.” It’s a clear title and drives great.
This is what I’m looking for. I would make $2000 for this car easily. I usually look for deals with minimal work where I would make $2000 to $3000.
Question: Do you list under Kelly Blue Book or right at it? [12:38]
I like to list below Kelly Blue Book retail. Everything that I talk about in my weekly shows are covered step-by-step on my F1 AutoCashFormula Playbook. I go over each step in detail on both my Playbook and the F1 AutoCashFormula VIP Program.
Feedback: I learned tons from the F1 AutoCashFormula 2.0 – How To Buy And Sell Your Cars. I’ve been flipping cars since I bought it! [15:31]
Thanks, Jacob! Appreciate it.
I’ve been always telling everybody to look at the Kelly Blue Book because majority of those buying deals are looking at KBB as well. You want to be on the same page as everybody else.
I hope you guys are liking this. Thank you everyone for joining me today. Jump in next Tuesday at 9pm Eastern. Please Like, Share and Subscribe to my videos!
It’s Tony from F1 AutoCashFormula 2.0 – How To Buy And Sell Your Cars. For all those car enthusiasts who want to start flipping cars for profit, grab my FREE Report and learn the strategies that I’ve been using to earn extra income from this game.
Talk soon! Cheers!
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