You will at some point during your car selling adventures need to show potential buyers proof of things like ownership and the condition of the car. Rather than being unable to come up with the necessary paperwork when they are requested, have everything sorted beforehand. If you have lost a document, contact the relevant authorities to get another copy.
Spending money on having your vehicle thoroughly cleaned will definitely be worth it in the long run. Get the interior freshened up, the leather treated, have your car waxed and shiny to attract potential buyers. A dirty car is an unattractive car. You want to leave potential buyers with a great impression and having your car clean and shiny is a great way to start. They will see that you take care of your car, and will be more likely to trust that it's up to the standards that you have claimed. Cars that look like junk may attract junk prices. By giving your car the much needed cleaning you may even be able to ensure that your asking price is met.
Advertising is what will give you potential buyers. Rather than putting an ad in the newspaper and not worrying about it, take the time out to advertise in other places. The internet is a great avenue for both car buyers and car sellers. Websites similar o EBay, Craigslist, as well as many forums allow buyers and sellers of the same interest to come together. When someone sees your ad online, the first thing that they'll be looking for are pictures. As a result, it is essential that you have some pictures taken of your car, do this once your car has been cleaned. Take as many pictures as possible, so that the potential buyer feels as though they know the car even before the have seen it. The engine, the interior, the front end, back end, side view, you want as many pictures as possible.
When someone shows interest in your vehicle but hasn't gotten back in contact with you, call them. This does not mean that you have to be annoying. Telling them that you've got a couple others who are interested will allow them to speed things up if they really are planning on purchasing, or letting you down if their intention wasn't to purchase in the first place. It's better to know that they don't want the vehicle, than to pause all advertising and shy away from other potential buyers because you're still waiting on an answer.
When you've found a buyer, never hand over your car until you've received payment. If you are offered a cheque, be cautious and ensure that the cheque is not a fake before you allow the buyer to drive away with your vehicle. Cash payments are always better.
Try to schedule viewings for the daytime, for safety reasons as well as to allow for the potential buyer to get a better look at the vehicle.
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