Do you pay auto brokers?
A car broker generally collects fees from the dealer, which the car buyer ends up paying indirectly. A car broker is someone who gets paid by both a buyers and a dealership to help facilitate a vehicle purchase. Generally a car broker needs to have a dealer's license and does not exclusively represent the buyer.
What is the point of an auto broker?
An auto broker is someone who works on behalf of the consumer, to help them get the car they're looking for, at a good price. An auto broker works in between the buyer and the dealer, and can help negotiate price, as well as help track down specific vehicles.
What is the difference between auto broker and dealer?
What's The Difference? A Dealer is the car company that owns the cars they are making available for lease and purchase. A Broker is an impartial “middleman” who works for the buyer to find the best deal available on a vehicle that the buyer wants.
What does it mean to buy a car through a broker?
Quite simply, an auto broker manages the process of buying a car on behalf of a customer. This includes finding the desired vehicle, negotiating the price, delivering the final paperwork, and securing financing. An auto broker's job is to help the customer save time and money in the car buying process.