General Questions

After your initial investment, you only need to have a small amount of money to run your car broking business day-to-day (remember, you're not actually having to buy any cars - so there's no financial risk there) - and we will show you the best places to look for great car broking deals.

So, if you've ever wished you could start to earn extra money from a few hours a week part-time, or you're looking to start your own business, then this could be the ideal opportunity for you.

You just have to know what you're doing. So take things slowly and follow everything we show you. That's why it's essential to work with people who know exactly what's required to be successful, and get the maximum rewards for your efforts.

You could build up your car broking business – without ever leaving home - but it is really important to still see what's happening all around you, so let's look at sellers and buyers in turn.

Sellers - Of course they could be from anywhere in the country, so it's unlikely that you will meet them. But if they did just happen to live locally (say within 25-30 miles), then that's different - and it would certainly be worthwhile to meet them and view their car in person.

Buyers / Dealers - It is certainly important to visit some dealerships (both franchises and certainly independents), say within a 25 mile radius of where you live - to introduce yourself to the buyers there, explain who you are and what you do, and how you can help them to source the cars they need - either for stock or to fulfil any customer requirements.

And don't forget to leave some business cards!

It's all about getting yourself known, enhancing your 'presence'. and gradually building your network of contacts.

TOP TIP - First impressions count for so much - and typically you have just one chance to impress! Wear appropriate business attire. Most people who work in car dealerships dress smartly - so you need to do the same. Make sure you come across as credible and professional.

Of course you can!

In fact, that's how we recommend you begin. If you’re in full-time employment, we'd encourage you to start off part-time, and build up gradually. That way you keep your current job, still have a regular income, and you're not putting yourself under too much pressure in the early days and weeks.

All you really need to get started is a few hours a week, because to begin with you need to get yourself organised and conduct all the research you need to do. This can be done in the evenings and at weekends as most of this work can be done online.

Just remember, there is a lot of work involved in any realistic and worthwhile business and this potential opportunity is no exception. But the fact remains that you can at least start your car broking business from home in your spare time, without leaving your current job.

YOU will make the decision to go full-time, but only when it's right for YOU - and not before!

By now, you should have a good understanding of what car broking is all about, how it works, and how almost anyone – by investing in this 'Car Broker Business' - can make a good income from it.

Unfortunately, a lot of people make outrageous claims about their products, and make claims they can’t back up with facts. We don't make any false promises, and you're not pressurised to make a decision or indeed do anything.

We like to think that this business speaks for itself. There are no restrictions on how or where you operate - and we're there to support you all the way!

Yes, it takes hard work to succeed but it all depends on your own situation. Like any business, you only get out what you're prepared to put in!

By working relatively consistently throughout the week, you should be able to source and sell on at least two or three cars per week, so anything from £500 to £1,000 a week is possible - perhaps more! My best ever commission for one car was £3,200 - which just goes to show that it's about knowing the business, knowing your customers and seeking out those great deals that are always out there - it's about putting in the effort to find them.

BUT, even if you sourced and sold on just ONE car a week at a £250 fee, that's still some £13,000 per year - and that's just for starters. Two cars a week means upwards of £25,000 a year. Just three cars a week and you’re close to £40,000 a year.

As for "How Soon?", well you could be up and running in a matter of days.

But let's also be realistic here! This is a business and it will take time as there is a lot to do in the initial weeks. Like anything else in life, you only get out what you're prepared to put in.

But the good news is a viable way of starting up your own business! You can realistically expect to earn anything from £250 - £1,000 per week (and possibly more). On average, you can make about £250 for each successful deal you broker. Sometimes a lot more.

Whichever way you look at this, at least you can have some realistic and achievable goals. But as regards your potential earnings, why limit yourself? Your income is only limited by how much you want to succeed! If you want to do it part-time, great. However, if you want to really go for it, and work hard, those earnings could rise to £25,000, £40,000, £50,000 a year - or even more.

Of course not! After all, it's YOUR business - so you have complete freedom and there are no restrictions placed on you at all. You can work wherever you want, source cars from wherever or whoever you want and find buyers from wherever you want.

In a word, no! As you’ve seen, the used car market is huge (8.2 million vehicles bought and sold in 2018 in the UK alone), so it’s highly unlikely you’ll ever be in competition with anyone else.

There are literally thousands of used cars changing hands every day so the opportunities are enormous.

Being a broker is a fairly unique role in that there are not many brokers around - so you have the opportunity to create a real niche for yourself.

It's an ideal time to get started.

Then re-visit our video - which helps to explain the overall concept - click here...

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