>>26226740 Selling cars to people is annoying because people are retarded but this is the only job where you can easily make over 200k without school. Ive been in the car industry since i was 18 and im 24 now
>>26226819 the retarded people are my favorite. except the ones who get pissed when they want a bigger, better car with the same note and I tell them that's literally impossible. Have you tried moving into any other line of work?
>>26226846 Watch joe verde and just do everything from those videos the sales steps will always be the same. I went from 8-10 units a month to 20+ after learning from joe verde >>26226846 I walked in and asked for a job
>>26226908 I've heard good things about him. I don't work in a high-volume place though. 20 cars would be a record-setting number for the dealership, lol. I'm probably going to finish out this year, maybe get a year and a half, and switch to a bigger dealership in a bigger city.Or possibly a different kind of sales job.
Is it possible/easy to independently buy and sell cars for a profit? My parents gave me 20k jewros for my 18th birthday which I'd like to use somehow. I have to pay a 19% tax when selling something and feel like that would destroy any profits. How much of a profit margin do you usually get on used cars?
>>26228309 I don't know , honestly. I've considered it. At the dealership the average profit is in the area of $4,000. But that's because of a tax credit in the US that more or less incentivizes a trade in. In addition, you're taking the massive inconvenience of trying to sell a car away from them.
If you have $20k to fuck around with, I'd say don't risk more than half of it. Really you want it to be a sure thing since you are taking on a massive risk as an individual investing your own money.
>Find someone looking for car x >How much will they pay for it? >Find someone selling car x >What's the lowest they'll sell it for, cash in hand, TODAY? >Buy, sell, profit.
It is often fairly easy to talk people down who are selling cars privately, because they just want to be done with the enormous hassle. If you can, find someone who is moving or HAS to get rid of a vehicle for whatever reason.
>>26229055 A 2001 Ford expedition that has been in multiple accidents, including a total loss. It's basically disintegrating. Sale price: 3,995. I would be surprised if we gave someone more than $800 for that car.
>>26228781 The one thing that really gets me about this job is the fact that I have to generate my own leads. Some dealerships will do some of that work for you but mine does not. If I don't get out there on the lot and work some customers then I have nothing to do. If you're willing to give up having your leads generated for you in exchange for potentially $150,000-$200,000 a year income at a high volume dealership, then it's definitely something to consider.
>>26228781 Also, I don't know what your comission/deal is, but there is a definite rush that comes with making a $1,500 comission in an hour when the right deal comes along. However, I receive no residuals.
Thread replies: 27 Thread images: 1
Thread DB ID: 490472
All trademarks and copyrights on this page are owned by their respective parties. Images uploaded are the responsibility of the Poster. Comments are owned by the Poster.
This is a 4chan archive - all of the shown content originated from that site. This means that 4Archive shows their content, archived. If you need information for a Poster - contact them.
If a post contains personal/copyrighted/illegal content, then use the post's [Report] link! If a post is not removed within 24h contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org with the post's information.