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Cash on Wheels: How to Pawn or Sell Your Car

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I wrote this article to address a common misunderstanding – very few people seem to realize you can pawn or sell a car to a pawn shop.

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Do you have a car you’d like sell very quick? Most people don’t realize that pawn shops buy (and loan on) cars in a variety of conditions. Whether it’s nearly new or best used for parts, pawn shops present a good alternative to dealerships and traditional used car buyers for quickness. They’re also a compelling and much more lucrative alternative to the scrap heap for cars that don’t function well, particularly if you’re looking to sell.

Pawn shops can buy or give you a loan on a car based on its value, just like any asset you own free-and-clear. When people decided to sell their car, they often leave it on their driveway with a sale sign on display, post an ad to a website, or sell to a used car dealership. The problem with these options are they all take forever to receive offers, and can lead to protracted negotiations – think of the proverbial “tire kicker”. Pawn shops are great for their convenience and ability to offer instant, clear value.

Read the following tips before you visit a pawn shop near you. They will prepare you and your car to get the best cash offer at the right pawn shop.

Locate the title of your car

Pawn shops need proof that you own your car free and clear. Why you ask? Having a car that is on lien to someone else (or worse) is not good for business.

 Find a reputable pawnbroker

Pawnbrokers must have a license or have registered with a state agency – like the state consumer protection agency or state tax department — to operate business.

Decide if you want to sell or pawn

a. Sell- If you decide to sell your car, show the pawnbroker the car title and negotiate a price around the value of the car.

  1. Pawn – the same process as selling your car except you negotiate a contractual price and timeline for repayment to get your car back.

I. Storage option – When pawning a car you have the option of having it stored by the pawnbroker until you pay your loan off in full.

II. Non-Storage option — Option of getting a loan on your title .When you get a car title loan, your vehicle is not stored, you get to keep driving your car, but the lender keeps the car title  becoming the legal owner of the vehicle until you pay your loan off in full.

Conclusion

If you need to sell your car, for example in the case of having an older car you no longer use, then pawn shops are a great option because they’re quicker than any other selling method. If you’re looking for advice on how to get the most money out of your car to sell or pawn, shoot me a message at help@pawnguru.com – we’re always eager to help!

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Pawn or Sell My Car

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Cash on Wheels: How to Pawn or Sell Your Car
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This article addresses a common misunderstanding – very few people seem to realize you can pawn or sell a car to a pawn shop and make quick cash.
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  1. I have a 2001 Chevy Silverado with an extended Cab and 4whl drive. My KBBV is at 4500. That’s how much I’d like to sell it to a pawn shop for. Is that too much?

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