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Repossessed Cars in Georgia

Daily, many Americans fail to pay their car loans or leases and, as a result, their vehicles become repossessed cars. Since the financial institutions that confiscated the cars want to make some profit on them, most of these repossessed cars are put up for sale at repossessed car auctions. With the right amount of preparation and research, you can take home a good deal on these Georgia car repos.

You can often find such good deals at GA repossessed car auctions because the financial institutions are in a rush to sell the repossessed cars; the sooner they sell the vehicle, the sooner they get at least a portion of the money that was owed to them. Additionally, most don’t have a convenient place to store the car repos and so they try to sell these vehicles at a Swainsboro GA repo car auction as soon as possible. Note that a repo auto auction can either be open to the public or limited to dealers or other private bidders, so before you head out to bid on an auto repo, make sure you will be able to participate.

Because of the diverse assortment of makes, models, car repo conditions and price ranges at a GA repo auction, it helps to have an idea of the type of car you are looking for and a price range you want to stay within. Additionally, you will want to research the retail value of the car repos you are interested in bidding on, so either bring along a few pricing guides or use the repossessed car auction catalog (often available at the auction house) to get more information on specific vehicles.

If you aren’t sure of where to find a local car repo auction, here are some of the best ways to find one near you:

  • Check the yellow pages in your phone book to see if they list any Georgia repossessed car auction sites or auction houses.
  • Oftentimes local newspapers will list any nearby repo auto auctions.
  • Try searching repossessed cars in Swainsboro or Georgia repo auctions online.
  • Ask local banks or credit unions if they sell to a repo car auction.

Just like any other auto auction, do your best to get the VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) of the Georgia repo cars you are interested in so you can run a Vehicle History Report and see the car’s history. Keep in mind that nothing is better than actually looking at the car yourself. Arrive early so that you get a chance to inspect the car repo in person before the repo auction begins. Additionally, get a copy of the repo car auction site’s terms and conditions so you know the auction house’s rules and what you need to bring the day of the car repo sale.