You! And Me! Auto Sales (DeerValley, North Phoenix Area-602-482-6942 for sale in Phoenix, Arizona


ATTENTION PRIVATE PARTY SELLERS! Selling your vehicle? You shouldn't have to do it alone!
In this economy it can be tough to find serious buyers to purchase your inventory and even harder to find buyers who will buy at asking price! Allow Mr. Nice Guy Business Sales & Referrals to help you find a perfect Buyer for your vehicle!
At Mr. Nice Guy Business Sales & Referral, we're sincere and honest. We refer sales of Cars and Trucks any type of Commercial Fleet/ Equipment of all kinds. We love a challenge of any kind, so don't hesitate! We will review your current ad listing, re-post and update daily and use all available Nation Wide free for sale resources. We have many Buyer-Seller resources including local dealers, wholesalers and private buyers. We will make all appointments for you to show at the current location at your convenience or if you prefer you can show your auto at my location for a face-to-face transaction. We will continue to communicate with potential buyer and current owner until the deal is sealed.
We do suggest that the original owners ad stays posted through out the selling process. Please feel free to contact for service or more information. ()
Please note: We will never except any form of payment in advance. Fee is only based on agreed mutual amount. Due in full the time of sale. We would be honored to help you sell your vehicle. No Risk, and there's no cost to you, until a transaction is complete.
Selling a car on your own is about as much fun as a burned-out transmission. The typical strategy: Slap a sign in the car's window, run a few classifieds and cross your fingers.
It's not hard to see why so many folks trade in their vehicles at a Dealership. The Dealer will make it easy on convenience, but in the end at a steep loss to the consumer. Consumers typically walk away from the dealer with only $500 to $1,500 (depending on the model), according to an auto web site specializing in selling used vehicles. Sell yourself to get the most for your money!
But here's a way to improve your odds considerably when doing it alone: Move your listing on-line. Millions of consumers are browsing auto web sites looking for competitively priced used vehicles. If you want to sell your car quickly and for a good price, park it on some of the most popular auto sales sites. Below are some other helpful tips for selling your vehicle:
Clean up Your Act
Even when selling your car on-line, the old rules still apply. If your car seats are covered with stains or there's a burned-out headlight, it's time to get your car cleaned and fixed. Even when selling on-line, you need to be honest about the condition of your car. Filthy and broken down are features that rarely command top dollar.
You'll also want to gather your service records detailing oil changes, tune-ups and repairs. And be sure to run a vehicle history report from Carfax or Experian so you're prepared to hand it over to a buyer quickly.
Choosing a Web Site
Most web sites charge a fee to sellers for posting a listing and photos. So pick the sites you use carefully. Among the most popular are EBay Motors (), and
As with other products sold on eBay, potential car buyers at EBay Motors make bids on vehicles. Don't worry you have some control over the final price. Sellers can set reserve levels, or minimum sales prices, and don't have to close the deal unless the magic number is reached. and offer more straightforward sales processes. These two let you advertise your vehicle with a full-page ad a clear advantage to a three-line newspaper listing. The main differences between the sites: price, and the number of pictures allowed.
Creating a Can't-Resist Marketing Plan
To figure out the right price for your car start with the industry standard, Kelley Blue Book. It spells out how much a private owner should be able to fetch, vs. how much a dealer might get, for your make and model.
Another useful tool is's used vehicle appraiser. It allows you to enter specific data, including a car's mileage and condition, and then spits out a price. It's also a good idea to see what others in your area are asking for the same car. That's your competition, and you can be sure buyers are comparison shopping.
Not surprisingly, vehicles also move faster when sellers include a picture. Experts recommend displaying both interior and exterior photos that show a car's condition. Some listings even include a snapshot of the odometer to confirm how many miles the vehicle has. Finally, make sure to highlight any special features. The more details you provide, the more of an edge you'll have over the competition.
Be Flexible
Selling a used car is still a face-to-face transaction. You must be willing to meet with prospective buyers and negotiate. You should understand that potential buyers will want to take a test drive and get the car inspected. Even with eBay, local buyers are likely to swing by and kick the tires while the auction is ongoing.
That doesn't mean you should be a pushover, mind you. Chances are, a buyer will save a bundle by buying your car rather than one on a used-car lot. In the lingo of sales pitches, that's what's called a win-win situation.
A great article by STACEY L. BRADFORD.
Please contact me with any questions or for more information. I look forward to Helping You Sell!
Cory Baker
Mr. Nice Guy Business Sales & Referrals

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