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Friday, February 14th, 2020

Getting a car at an auction can potentially save you a lot of money. Whether you are looking for an everyday driver, a work truck, or your dream car, these events offer a great way to get a used vehicle at a great price. Many times, used vehicles at auction have only a few thousand miles and they are in good shape. At other times, you need to be careful what you bid on.

Friday, December 27th, 2019

Sometimes used car auctions don’t go the way that sellers or buyers plan. For sellers, this can be because not enough buyers attend an auction or they don’t list something correctly in the catalog. For buyers, it could be that they don’t understand how to bid competitively or that they bid too much. The following tips can help you be more successful at used car auctions, whether you are a seller or buyer.

Monday, May 20th, 2019

When considering your next car purchase, you might be thinking about talking to a dealership or looking through newspaper ads to buy from an individual. You have other options, though, that include looking on Craigslist and attending an auction. These are the pros and cons of looking on Craigslist as well as attending an auction.

Tuesday, April 23rd, 2019

Technology has changed how you can pay for your new car at auction. You no longer have to walk into a sale with a pocket full of cash to buy a personal or business vehicle. Auction houses now have the ability to verify your funds, enabling them to offer you different payment options. This means you don’t need a dealers license to buy the car you want. Common payment methods include checks, financing, credit cards, and cash.

Friday, April 12th, 2019

There are several ways to get a car these days. You could go to a dealership, find private sales, get a hand-me-down, and even buy online and have a car shipped directly to your house. Another option is to go to a car auction. Most people see this is a last resort, so it is okay to be a little skeptical.

Friday, December 28th, 2018

If you are looking to buy a used car at a great price, you should consider attending an auction. If you think you don’t have time to go to auctions, there are options available for you to bid that may fit your busy schedule better. These are three of the methods available for you to bid on a used car.

Monday, June 25th, 2018

There are many reasons to buy a used car. Maybe you have a teenager ready to drive, or your spouse needs new transportation. Buying a new car for each family member isn’t always financially possible, so looking at the used market is necessary. One of the biggest advantages to buying a used vehicle is that the original owner has already absorbed depreciation costs. This allows you to find a car at a better price. Some of the most common ways to buy used cars include private owner sales, dealerships, and at auctions.

Friday, May 25th, 2018

You can save money by purchasing a used car at an auction, but there are a few things you should know about the process first. For instance, there are better times than others throughout the year to get a good deal. If you understand how the vehicle market changes, you can have a better chance of getting a bargain. Here are a few tips you can use when buying a car from at an auction house.

Friday, January 5th, 2018

Buying a car at an auction can give you a great deal, but there are some tips you should follow to ensure you don’t get scammed. Keeping the old saying “buyer beware” in your mind is a good idea as you search for your new vehicle. You should also know what you are looking at mechanically, because you cannot take your choice to a mechanic for a checkup. Used cars bought at auction are sold as is, and the sale will be final. Use the following tips when purchasing a car at auction to keep from getting scammed.

Thursday, January 4th, 2018

Individuals and car dealerships are just two places for you to buy a car, but you can also consider buying one at an auction. There are some things you should know before attending a car auction. Here are some positives and negatives to purchasing your next vehicle at an auction.