Buyer’s Guide

Documentation

It is essential to obtain all necessary papers prior to making a bargain. The proper documents are needed to approve seller's data authenticity. Different cases include varying lists of papers but some of them are commonly used:

Vehicles:

The certificate of title

The vehicle's title is the fundamental kind of papers for used car trading. There shouldn't be any lien for anyone (bank or any creditor) to claim. The title also may contain a salvage status and it can be seen on the paper if the vehicle has gone through the renovation. Moreover the document has to be in appropriate condition because different states have different standards and specifications and may not approve an outworn document which has been damaged. Purchasing a vehicle without any title is absolutely unacceptable. You can not register or sell a vehicle without a title, this would be considered as illegitimate act.

The Bill of Sale

One more significant paper is a bill of sale. This paper contains reference to every party which has been participating the transaction. It also contains information concerning all the guarantees whether references of the vehicle has been purchased “as is”. The bill of sale moreover includes the data such as the vehicle VIN number. The VIN allows to verify some extra information regarding the vehicle. The bill of sale reflects the actual price of the bargain, according to the price sale taxes will be calculated.

Other papers

Sure more documents for any transaction can be required but the list of these papers differs for every state. Your local Department of Motor Vehicles can provide you with this information. Preparing all proper documentation will be a great aid for registering your vehicle to make it fully legal.

Bill of Lading

Sometimes a buyer also requires a special document which is named a bill of lading. This is a paper confirmation from the shipping company which delivered the vehicle.

Commercial goods.

The certificate of title

The process of purchasing and registering any used commercial vehicle has much in common with the process of registering a personal car. The basic and important document which is required is the title. The title is the paper which contains every essential information about the vehicle including all marks such as: lien marks (make sure there is not any lien marks) or salvage marks (if the vehicle was renovated). After all the title has to be in proper condition, readable and neat because not all Departments of Motor Vehicles acknowledge non-legible titles.

The Bill of Sale

One more significant paper is a Bill of sale. The Bill of sale is the document which displays all seller's and buyer's data, all guarantees and the fact of selling the vehicle “as is” when it takes place. This document also gives the information about VIN number which helps to acknowledge additional details concerning the vehicle. Some DMV services claim the Bill of sale. It also shows the price of the bargain, this price is used to estimate the taxes.

Inspections Documents

Even if the title is clean it is better to claim any other documents existing. In the context of purchasing pre-owned commercial equipment (ex.: technical equipment or accessories) ask the seller about the operating time in years of continual use.

Purchase Agreement

Any bargain has to be officially confirmed and it doesn't matter if the parties of the agreement are strangers to each other of friends or even relatives. The purchase agreement contains data of buyer's and seller's or else the third party names, details, price of the sale and any other agreements or guarantees and terms. The particular point of the agreement is the order of payment, for example, the parties may agree to pay in advance or to arrange deferred payment purchase.

Bill of Lading

A bill of lading comes from the shipping company which has shipped the commercial goods. The Bill of lading is also required in some cases by the buyer before making the transaction.

ESCROW RECONCILIATION

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Transactions with a Buyer outside the United Kingdom will be charged an additional $25.00 to cover any intermediary bank fees. This will be added to the escrow fee, regardless of who is paying the fee, when the Buyer selects to pay by wire transfer.

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Escrow service fees as low as 0.40% of the purchase price

Buyer or Seller (or Broker if applicable) can pay this fee, or it may be split between them

The Fee is determined by purchase price and the level of service

Buyer guidelines

If you've agreed to pay all or some of the fee, it's automatically added to the purchase price of the merchandise, vehicle or domain name

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Seller guidelines

Once all terms of the transaction have been completed and verified, EscrowReconciliation.net  will pay you the same or next business day.

If you agreed to pay all or some of the escrow fee, it's automatically deducted from the purchase price

You may choose to receive payment in the form of a check sent by regular mail. You may also have payment delivered by overnight courier, electronic check (U.K. only) or wire transfer for an additional fee

Broker guidelines

Once all terms of the transaction have been completed and verified, Escrow Reconciliation will pay you the same or next business day.

If you agreed to pay all or some of the escrow fee, it's automatically deducted from your Broker commission

You may choose to receive payment in the form of a check sent by regular mail. You may also have payment delivered by overnight courier, electronic check (U.K. only) or wire transfer for an additional fee.