Buying a car through an advocacy is a lot simpler. These types of professionals will save you a lot of time and effort, providing advice and guidance that will ensure that the next car you buy will suit your needs perfectly. If you have never used this type of car-buying method then you might be a little bit concerned about the process. 

In this guide, we aim to put all of your worries to rest because we are going to review all the steps for buying a guide with the help of an advocate.

Step 1 – Call the Agency

To set the entire process into motion, you will need to contact the car-buying agent. This can be done by either giving the agency a call, by sending an email or an enquiry through their website.

Step 2 – Communicate Your Needs

While communicating with the buying agent, you will need to state your exact needs and preferences for the vehicle. 

If you already have something specific in mind then it is best to tell the agent what vehicle brand, model, and make you prefer.

If you don’t have any idea of what type of vehicle to buy then it is best to communicate your needs. Tell the agent more about your family size, your fuel range, driving distance, driving environment, the type of work you might need to perform with the vehicle, your storage requirements, and your preferences when it comes to vehicle brand and colour. The advocacy will consider all of these aspects and will then recommend a suitable vehicle type.

It is also best to tell your buying advocate what your budget range is and whether or not you are looking into buying used vehicles. This will help a great deal when it comes to selecting a suitable vehicle.

Step 3 – Wait While The Agent Gets to Work

Once the buying agent knows what your vehicle needs and budget is, he can get to work on searching for a suitable car that will match your car needs. You can sit back and wait while the agent goes searching for a suitable vehicle. The agency will take care of all of the searching, phone calls, and price negotiations. 

Step 4 – Receive a List of Top Vehicle Options

Your car-buying agent will shortlist all of the best vehicles that fall within your budget range and that suit your personal preferences and needs. You can pick out the vehicles you prefer and communicate it back to the agency.

Step 5 – Negotiations and Vehicle Checks

Once the agency knows exactly what vehicles you prefer, they will get to work on further price negotiations and can book a physical inspection for you. If you are buying remotely then the buying agency can arrange to perform the vehicle inspection and test drive for you. They can also arrange a further Pre- Purchase Inspection (PPI) through a third party provider for the client that will thoroughly inspect and check the vehicle and ensure that everything is still in good condition. Any flaws like small dents, scratches, or other issues will be communicated back to you.

Step 6 – Decision and Buying 

When you have all the details on the vehicle, you can then make the final buying decision. The agent can help you close the deal and can arrange for the vehicle to drop off at your location. At this point, you might need to take care of a couple of tasks. The buying agent will need personal information in order to take care of the vehicle transferring process and you will need to take care of the payment of the vehicle loan yourself.

Get Help From Professional Buying Agents

If you want to get the best possible vehicle at the best price then it is crucial to use a skilled buying agency like My Next Buying Advocacy. 

We are a personal car advice, buying and selling service that works on behalf and in the best interest of the client. We are not a Wholesaler or Broker and we have no allegiance to Car Dealers. We are an independent boutique service that works for you.

We can help assess your needs, locate a suitable vehicle, and can even inspect and test drive the vehicle for you. Trying to work out yourself what is the best car to buy can be daunting and confusing. Should your next car be a petrol, diesel, hybrid or electric vehicle? Should it be a Hatchback, Sedan, Coupe, Wagon or SUV? Does it have some, all or none of the safety features you may need that will fall in your budget? As a result, many people end up buying the wrong car that doesn’t actually suit all their needs.

Why are we different from a Broker?

Most brokers are only interested in getting you a new car. You tell them the car and they make their money through a quick turnover with spotters fees from dealers.

We are different. We really try to understand the needs of our clients first. The Client Advocate helps clients, advises and guides them to identify their car needs and matches them with the Right Car at the Right Price. New or Used Cars, we match our client’s needs and source the right car from a dealer or the private market, whichever is the right outcome for them.

With our help, you will find a vehicle that is perfect in terms of compatibility, safety, suitability to your lifestyle and family needs and are guaranteed to find something that is in the best possible condition. 

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