No More BS About Buying Repossessed Cars

Taking an honest look at buying repossessed cars online. Repossessed cars are a fact of life in this economy. What are the real chances of saving thousands by searching online for the various police, bank and government repossessed car auctions?
By: Repossessed Cars
Oct. 28, 2009 - PRLog -- You need a new car. You see the state of the economy right now and it seems a no-brainer that there ought to be bargains out there. Can you take advantage of this economic downturn to get hold of a real neat family car that you couldn't afford otherwise? Or, maybe, go after that dream luxury car that previously seemed so elusive? Maybe snatch the bargain pickup truck that will enhance your struggling business? Getting hold of  repossessed cars, trucks or motorcycles could be your answer.

The rate of repossessed cars has recently rocketed and will continue for the foreseeable future, just back last year the Boston Globe was reporting:  "The rate of auto-loan defaults recently reached a 10-year high of 3.4 percent. And one local auction company saw repossessions nearly triple last month compared with a year ago."

Ref:  accessed 29/10/09

It hasn't got much better over the past twelve months. Folks have been more inclined to think about the roof over their heads than the hunk of steel in the garage. If you're one of the lucky (or more prudent) ones and you have some savings, then now, more than ever, is the time to go out and get yourself a repossessed car at rock-bottom price. The takings are there from SUVs, 4x4s, luxury sedans, sporty coupes - whatever your fancy.

The thing is - you need to know how to get hold of these things. The auctions are not that well advertised and that is to your advantage. You can spend all day on online bids on a repo car on E-bay - but do you really know what you're getting into? Do you even know if the car is really there?

The best way of capitalizing on these cheap, bargain repossessed cars is to attend the real live auctions. Seek them out yourself by phoning Credit Unions, Banks and government agencies (my site will give you plenty of leads - right at your fingertips). Give this a try, if you have the time, before you resort to online tactics. Once you get your foot in the door, word-of-mouth is a powerful thing. You need to be a little wise to the tricks of the trade, but these are relatively easily and quickly learnt.

If you find yourself struggling to find these car auctions or are pressed for time, you can alternatively sign up online at one of the trusted car auction sites. This is where the caveat comes in because there is so much BS out there about these auctions.

There are just a handful of trusted, authority sites that you will need to pay to join (around $30-40 lifetime membership) - but these are the ones that will lead you to the gold. You will, almost guaranteed, make your money back a hundredfold at your 1st or 2nd auction. They don't just show you the absolute necessary information about up and coming repossessed car auctions in your area, but they also give tons of helpful tutorials, walkthroughs and guides on what to do when you get to your first one, to make sure that you are fully armed with all the knowledge you need to make your first killing at auction. And the customer service and help is second to none. They genuinely want you to come up full house.

Generally, forget the rest unless you want to bid remotely on E-bay against phantom people on often phantom cars (Not THAT Phantom!).

There are a lot of people trying their hardest to cash in online on the repossessed cars phenomenon, as you've probably noticed. You'll also have noticed how many of them lead you down the garden path. I can only suggest my website. Try the free resources there for yourself - all the handy information in one place. If you cannot get results that way - then go on to the website that I recommend (go there anyway if you want to save a lot of time and learn a lot more).  Of course, its in my interest if you go there through my link, but I'm being honest about this and I trust that this will serve you in the long run.

Good luck with your search and have fun with your dream ride!

Cat Jarritt.

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