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You guys that have sold on these sites, how do you complete the sale of you still owe money on the car? I've done it locally just by having the buyer pay me and parking the car until the title comes back.
Contact the company holding the loan and ask them how they would like it to be handled. They will have a specific way to do it, usually having the owner and you come to their location together and they get a bank certified check from the buyer and you get the rest. Good luck!!
I sold 2 vehicles in the last 2 months on Craigslist....the first one, a 2000 Dodge Durango. Got an email from a lady within 15 minutes of listing it & sold it to her a few days later. Then just last week, I sold my 2006 Dodge Charger Daytona R/T (TorRed) & since I still had a loan on it, I met the guy at his credit union where he got the loan then we went to mine & our credit union called his bank to verify it was good....paid my loan off & had a little extra to put down on my 'new to me' 2010 Dodge Challenger R/T PCP
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I've had good luck selling vehicles on Craigslist and it may sound crazy but Facebook. I listed my mother in laws 06 Kia Amanti on Facebook and sold it the same day. Just look for your local buy, sell, and trade Facebook group. I've seen Challengers and Chargers posted on our local one and I know the Charger sold from there.
I just sold my car 2-weeks ago. I had it listed on Autotrader and Craigslist. The buyer saw the car on Craigslist. Price the car fairly, keeping in mind what a new one can be purchased for with discounts, and your car will sell
I've sold my last 2 cars on craigslist within 36 hours of posting them. a 95 F150 and a 03 BMW M3. The last one had a lien on it. We met at the buyers bank, the bank cut a certified check to my bank for the remainder of the loan and gave me a copy of it, and cut me a check for the difference. Easy as pie.
I also bought a car of craigslist that had a lien that I wasn't financing. I got a bill of sale signed in front of a notary and paid him. We met up about 2 weeks later after he got the title from his bank. I figured the bill of sale notarized was enough to get a new title and keep the car from being taken if it came to that but it was smooth.
My only advice for selling on craigslist is this: set up a google voice number to use for your ads. That way when the sale is done you don't have to worry about being spammed stuff and it makes it easy to avoid buyers remorse.
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