Bank Repossession Auction Information

June 7, 2010 · Posted in Bank Repossession Auctions 

Bank Repossession Auctions supply cars that have not been paid off by the previous owner. The bank will usually allow the owner a chance to catch up on their payments, but if this fails, the cars are repossessed and sent to auction. This happens often with newer cars – an owner purchases a car that he cannot afford and quickly falls behind on the car payments. With the poor economy, repossession is more common, providing you with a greater variety and choice at auction. Bank repossessed cars are different from government seized auctions and police auctions. Since the bank is a business, they lose money whenever an owner is unable to pay off their loan. For this reason, you can normally find a good bargain since the bank will try to recover whatever lost money they can through auction. At bank auctions it is best to look for relatively new or late model cars. This signifies that the owner was unable to pay off his purchase and had to give up the vehicle. With the older models, however, many of the owners default on their loans because there are hidden problems with the vehicles and they are not worth paying off. Keep this in mind at a bank repossession auction, and always research the car before you commit. Bid smart and follow all the steps to snag a great deal. Be sure to check out the blog if you want to become familiarized with the process.


2 Responses to “Bank Repossession Auction Information”

  1. Buy Impounded Cars | Buy Impounded Cars on June 12th, 2010 2:32 am

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  2. Fred on December 6th, 2011 9:43 am

    I recently bought a repossessed car on an online auction. I am very impressed with the car since it is almost brand new! I wouldn’t have been able to buy a car in that good condition for the low price I paid, if I bought it through a dealer. My friends are now also looking into buying repo cars. Best decision I ever made.

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