If you are in the market for a used or a new car, then you are reading an article that would prepare you to take the best decision, or at least one that won't make you feel bad the next morning. Houston Craigslist cars is included in the title due to the rapid increase in it's popularity, but even if you are intending to buy through the traditional channels, Houston Craigslist cars is a good tool to provide with an idea of the fair market value for the car.
Whether you are buying through Houston Craigslist cars, or the traditional channels, you will feel only better about your final decision after the completion of this article. Hence, knowledge is Power. The more knowledgeable you are about the deal, the more power you would enact on the salesperson. If you are familiar with numbers involved in the deal, believe me, it would be almost impossible for salespeople to have you pay more than you are supposed to.
Suppose you go to a furniture store, and see a nice couch for $200, later that day you walk into another furniture store, and a salesperson tries to sell you an identical couch for $300. It is in the salespersons' vested interest to sell you the couch for $300, which ultimately means more commission for him or her. Think about the different facts that the salesperson is going to say to you to convince you that their higher price is justified? Will you do it? I hope not, because you saw the exact same couch sitting at the other store for $100 less.
Lets apply this example to car buying. If you were to walk into a car lot with very limited information of what the car should cost, then there is no way you can know if an identical is waiting for you at a different lot, and of course, salespeople will try their best for you not to leave the lot until you make a decision. Never be rushed, if the car is not willing to wait for you for 24 hours, then you were not supposed to buy it. Watch out for salespeople that try to get you excited about the car, this leads to disabling the rational side of your brain. To end this article, it is to your best interest to find out the amount the dealer paid for the car. Allow them to make profit, but not excessive. The price the dealer paid for the car is very easily found by looking up the trade in value of the car on Kelly Blue Book, or the loan value on NADA.
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