LEASE TAKEOVERS IN VANCOUVER: Finding lease takeovers in Vancouver is quick and convenient, and best of all – free, at Car Lease Canada. If leasing a brand new car is not what you want or you can’t find the option that you are looking for a lease takeover might be what you are looking for. Many people aren’t aware that when you sign a lease it isn’t always permanent. Often times you have the option to let someone else takeover the lease for you. The requirements for performing a lease takeover in Vancouver are often the same as at a dealership but there are other benefits. When you perform a takeover you are open to a larger stock of cars because you can view cars from people around the world. You are also open to the option of having short lease terms depending on the vehicles you find.
Those looking to perform a lease takeover in Vancouver won’t have too much trouble. The process is very similar to that of a traditional automobile lease, a takeover can be performed in only a few simple steps. Here is a quick step-by-step guide.
1) Find The Car You Want
If the car above isn’t what you are looking for you can take a look at the rest of the outstanding opportunities on our website. Because you can’t just go to a dealership to find lease takeovers the internet is your best friend. While you can use websites like Craigslist, it is significantly easier for a scammer to utilize those websites. Websites specifically towards car sales like ours are the best option.
2) Contact the current lessee once you find the car you want.
When you contact the lessee start by asking for additional information about the vehicle. The lessee should be happy to tell you the specifics of the vehicle and its history. Requesting the VIN so that you can get a Carfax report is also a good idea. It is wise to know the repair and damage history of any car you are going to own or lease. If you still have questions after you get this information ask them.
3) Once you are sure you have found the car that you want to take over the lease for a test drive it.
It is always a good idea to never take over the lease on a car without driving the car first. If you are going to take over the lease on a car you are going to have to pick it up anyways.
4) Fill out the paperwork.
Like if you were trying to lease a car directly from a dealer you will have to have a credit check performed by the leaser. Once your credit check comes back high enough rated for them you will be given more paperwork to fill out. The lessee and you will have to negotiate who pays any takeover fees. Oftentimes you can get a good deal on the fees. Once the fees have been taken you have your new car!