An Inexpensive Solution
While details vary, car brokers generally work on either a flat fee or a fee figured as a percentage of the car’s purchase price. While a flat fee means you pay an agreed fee to the broker, a percentage-based fee means the more expensive the car the broker finds for you is, the more you pay the broker. Nationwide, car broker fees generally range from about $250 to $1,000, depending on factors such as the experience of the broker, how long the search for a new car takes and the location and price of the car.
Fewer Headaches and Hassles
Searching for new and used cars for sale can be an exhaustive and frustrating adventure. Most people are so busy with family, work and other obligations that they just don’t have time to look for a new car. With a car broker or car concierge working for you, there is far less time spent browsing listings of cars for sale or driving all over to see and test drive cars. Instead, your broker does that leg work for you and simply presents the vehicles that match your criteria. The result is more time and less headaches and hassles for you!
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By Samantha B. Rivers
Samantha is a freelance writer based in Chicago who writes about automotive and insurance topics online. Follower her on Twitter @SassySammyBee.