How to Buy and Sell Car Profits
It is easy to buy and sell cars. This is because most people do not want to worry about selling cars. They will not even clean it up because they just want to get rid of the dilemma and will sell it at a low price. All you need to do is make them a reasonable cash offer, you go a car, you can clean up and sell a weekend, a good profit.
When I was in my twenties, I worked with a person who started buying and selling a used car next to him. We want to be a good friend. His name is Kelly, we all work for a company that distributes auto parts. There are one or two people doing the same thing in the company. But no one like Kelly did the same, he attributed the whole process to a science. It was very rare when he held a car for more than two weeks, most of them sold for their first weekend sale. Not long ago, Kelly withdrew from work and he liked to do anything.
His landlord had a lot of stains on the streets, the traffic was so good that he placed his car there and had a "sold" sign on them. I always think why he was so successful.
After many years, Kelly told me that the mark of the soil rarely sold the car; he almost used Auto Trader advertising to do all this. I asked him what his secret was, he broke a worn blue notebook and wrote a note. In front of a list, he buys and sells every car that must pass. He jokingly called it a play on his "Kelly Blue Book of Car Value", a play on the famous Kelly Blue Book (the industry standard for second-hand car value).
The bottom line is that he is only in some high demand vehicles, they must meet certain criteria (and he can buy them at market prices). His main focus is the 10-year-old Honda Accord and the Japanese mini-truck. They must run well, have the current registration label, have a straight body, and good tires. The best prospects are dirty, dyed carpets and / or ripped front seats.
The standard car can be easily cleaned, the new seat cover is thrown, Plus the carpet dyeing, because the seller did not think the car clean up much better, he can buy cheap; because they clean up very well, he can quickly sell. This is a trick.
According to Kelly's example, you can have a good car to buy and sell your own business.