Just making this quick video. Funny thing, I’ve been getting a couple of questions. Actually, three guys within the past week asked me the same question. They noticed that salvaged cars were selling for quite a bit cheaper on Craigslist or in the newspaper or just out on the street, people been seeing … Read more
Just picked up a pretty new 2007 Nissan Ultima here. I’m actually in Hawaii right now, on vacation. Picked up a car, using it for probably 2 weeks or so. Then I’m going to sell it. I think I’m going to make probably $3000 on this flip while I’m on vacation. So I … Read more
Hey! What’s going on! I’m rolling in the pimped out Honda Odyssey Minivan. The Mommy van! That’s what happens when you have kids and you take kids to school in the morning. But anyway, I wanted to share with you a story, something that just recently happened. Pretty neat. But things like this … Read more
Hey! What’s going on! Here’s another Q&A video from my followers How to Buy and Sell Cars Common Questions and we’re going to be talking about buying cars for profit. Is it still possible? I just want to read out a quick testimonial that I just got from Clint of Prosper, TX. Clint … Read more
hey man, Do you want to learn how to buy and sell cars for profit and generate a nice side income? well if you said YES, then keep reading… I’m Tony and I’ve been selling cars for a long time. Making good money at it too. Over the years I’ve been sharing my tips … Read more
Here are 4 TAKE HOME tips that you can use right now to make more money on your car flips from home!
1. Learn How To Negotiate.
Negotiation is a very important skill for survival. Think about it. If the shit hits the fan one day…you need to be able to negotiate with people during a barder situation with food, water, skill and even machinery. When buying and selling cars you need to negotiate on EVERY deal. Never pay full price for a car, truck or bike. We show you how to deal with people because in reality we are in the PEOPLES game.
2. Know What To Buy:
When buying and selling cars for profit, you need to know what is popular in your local city, country and town because if you are trying to sell something nobody wants, what’s the purpose? You need to know what the vehicles are that will bring YOU in the most bang on your investment. The how to buy and sell cars 8 week course… time-frame recommended for the best learning experience but (you can get it faster) if you want, to speed your learning curve. Is laid out so you know exactly how to do this.
3. Know How To Sell by Creating a Win-Win Situation. Create a simple win-win situation when getting your money. Make a nice profit and at the same time have the buyer feeling that they got a heck of a deal. We teach you how to advertise so you can get HUNGRY buyers calling you with cash in hand. Get the price you wanted in the first place. Profit thousands or hundreds on your first flips.
4. Rince and Repeat:
Never run out of deals. We show you how to keep your pipeline full so you can consistently make profits buying and selling cars from home. When planting the seeds for deals, you need to keep on looking. Once you stop working on it, it will stop. The goal is to buy and sell a few cars a month to generate thousands in profits per month. Then, if you want to explode your profits and you feel that you understand how to buy and sell cars, move on to acquiring a dealers licence.
To learn more about buying and selling cars for profits check out the how to buy and sell cars 8 week course here.
This is real info that has and will keep me making money anytime I wish buying and selling affordable used cars from home.
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Just a little vision that I had when thinking of what I learned from buying and selling cars. It gave me the freedom to do what I want when I want. It took the 9-5 mind set out of my head and into the can
The Retail Excellent is what a dealer may sell it for if the car is in excellent condition. The Trade-In value Fair & Good values will be your best friend. You want to try to buy below the Trade-In Fair value. If not – then as low as possible near that price range.