What Is My Car Worth?

When selling your car there are Four Very important factors that you must consider before all others :
#1 What condition is my car in, #2 How many miles are on the odometer #3 What is the actual cash value (ACV)
#4 What Does The CarFax report on your car reveal? This is a detailed VIN # Check.
To determine this, you must first answer the following questions:
  • How fast do I need to sell the car?
  • How much time do I want to put into the sales process?
  • How much work do I need to do on the car to get it ready for sale?
  • What Is My Payoff ( If I Have One)
  • Do I have a CarFax report?

1. How Fast Do I Need To Sell My Car?

If you are looking to get rid of a vehicle yesterday, there are some great options. If you are in no hurry, there are others. Some cost money, while some are free. Some will get you more money and others, less. The fastest, easiest way to get rid of any car is to contact BNGWeBuyCars.com. We’ll get you a fast, free offer on your car with no hassles. If you are not in a hurry, you could post the car on sites like Craigslist (for free) or AutoTrader.com (for $25 to $359) or Cars.com (for $15 to $55.) Depending on the year, make and model of the vehicle, you may sell it quickly or it may take weeks, even months to sell it this way. Why? Because you are competing with professionals on all of those sites that are also selling cars much nicer, and sometimes less expensive than yours. With BNGWeBuyCars.com you get an instant offer no matter the year, make, model, mileage. Try listing a car that doesn’t have cold air, body damage or a lengthy CarFax reporton a paid site. You won’t get too many calls or emails on it.

2. How Much Time Do I Want To Put Into The Sales Process?

Are you a car salesman? Do you want to be? Most likely, the answer is no. If you want to get your car ready for sale,Advertise and market your car, demonstrate your car, take it on test drives, negotiate the final sale price of your car, handle payment collection and paperwork, then selling a car by yourself is worth every extra dollar you’ll get by doing it yourself. You have to determine what your time is worth. If it’s worth it, by all means, do it.

3. Do I Have A CarFax Report

Every CARFAX Report contains important information that can impact a potensial buyers decision about a used vehicle through a detailed VIN # check.Through this VIN search, some types of information included in CARFAX Reports include:

 

  • Vehicle registration ​

  • Frame/structural damage 

  • Title information including salvaged or junked titles 

  • Accident indicatorssuch as airbag deployment

  • Odometer readings

  • Service and repair information 

  • Lemon history 

  • Vehicle usage (taxi, rental, lease, etc.) 

  • Total loss accident history

  • Recall information

4. How Much Work Do I Have To Do, To Get The Car Ready For Sale?

If your car needs a complete detail to make it “showroom ready” are you going to do it yourself or pay someone to do it? A good detail (and if you are trying to sell the car for the most money, you’ll need to do a great detail) can cost $100 - $350 depending on how dirty the car is. Are the seats torn anywhere? Are all 4 wheel covers there? Do all of the headlights and brake lights work? How are the tires? Have you done a tune-up or oil change lately? All of these items need to be addressed or no one is going to offer you anything close to what you are looking to get for your car. What about door dings, dents or scratched paint? A quick trip to Maaco can cost you $200 to get these items repaired. Once it’s all said and done, what is it going to cost to make this car look as good as it possibly can? $500? $1,000? $1,500? What if the car is only worth $1,000 totally fixed up? Will you invest money to get it ready for sale? Once you determine these things, go online and see what a vehicle in YOUR condition is worth. There are For sites that I recommend you check out first: Kelley Blue Book, NADAGuides.com and Edmunds.com. TrueCar.com. Enter in all of the required info on each site and get the value of your car as a private party sale. Once you get this number, deduct for all the work you’ll need to do. Also, deduct the cost of selling it. (Fees to list or advertise it and your time.) Finally, deduct $1,000 from that number. That is most likely what you’ll be able to sell it for as private party sale. Why $1,000? Because I want you to be realistic. The online numbers are ALWAYS inflated a bit. Why? I have no idea, but to get a realistic number, that $1,000 is a good thing to deduct. Also, check eBay, Autotrader, Craigslist and Cars.com to see if a car similar to yours is listed for sale. How is it priced compared to yours? Now you may have great success selling a car this way, or you can do what many people do everyday : Call Brian @ BNG AUTO BROKERS and get an INSTANT offer. You do not have to do any work to your car, and most importantly, you don’t have to WAIT! If time is important to you call Brian @ (727) 484-0146 For Cars Estimated Values Between $300.00 - $75,000

Get Started Today!, Lets Make A Deal! - Call Now & Sell Today

 

Call Brian If Your Vehicle Has A  Estimated Value Of $500.00 - $100,000.00 @ (727) 484-0146

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