How It Works

Here's How Auto Broking Works…


This is usually a private individual (but could be a dealer). You contact them and they agree to let YOU handle everything, from finding a buyer to agreeing a sale. You will be saving them time, money, and effort.


An auto broker is the 'middleman' in the transaction - you bring together the seller and buyer and handle the whole transaction. When the deal is successfully completed, the buyer pays YOU the commission that has already been agreed.


For the buyer, you've saved them time, money and effort in the search for the vehicles they need. The reward for your work is a your commission - the difference between your 'source' price & their 'buy' price on the transaction..


To make it clear, your service won't involve dealing with new cars. Instead, you will deal with USED cars. This is a huge market in the US.

A car is officially a used vehicle as soon as it is driven away from a dealership and the registration document is stamped. So, if the owner wants to sell, they need to deal with the used car market.

But, if you still need to know more about auto broking and what a broker does, watch this video...

So, if you become a broker, how will you tap into the used car market? You will need to work with car dealers, whether they are independent specialists or big franchises. Your job will be to help them find the used cars they need.

Why would dealers need to work with you though? There are so many good cars around that it is impossible for a dealer to find them all on their own! That is why they need you! Most of them will be happy to pay you to source the cars they need to fill up their forecourt or find a car a customer has asked for.

What you will be doing is providing a valuable service for the dealers. They will constantly be looking for a supply of good used cars but won't have the time to search for them. When you can source the vehicles for them by finding sellers, it will establish your business. The more deals you arrange and dealers you work with, the faster your business will grow.


The best thing about being a broker is that you could earn an average of $250-$500 per deal. Sometimes you could earn even more! And why would dealers pay you this sort of money? Well - that's because the service that you are providing them with will be a great help to them - because often they just don't have the time to do it themselves. Think about it - if the dealer is able to make a few $Ks profit on a particular sale, for a vehicle that you have sourced for them, then they are going to be more than happy to pay you a reasonable commission for all the work that you have done.

There are plenty of opportunities in auto broking in the US - it's just about knowing where to find them and how to benefit from them.

And how you operate is important too. And by this we mean - how would you prefer to work? You could of course be a broker just working on your own... but if you worked with a partner (a relative, a friend or a business partner perhaps), then this could radically alter how you manage and run your business.

Because with a partner you could:

    • >  Split the investment
    • >  Get up and running much quicker
    • >  Spread the workload
    • >  Talk to more customers... and buyers
    • >  Have more time to generate more sales
    • >  Increase your earnings
    • >  Build your business quicker

So, what is your situation like? How would you like to run your business? It is up to you whether you want to go it alone or run it with a partner. Really, all you need to think about is how much time and effort you want to put in.

Auto broking is a GENUINE and AUTHENTIC way to earn anywhere from $250 to $1,000+ every week by working in the $570Billion US car industry.

Our business model is tried and tested, and takes you step-by-step through everything you need to do to get your business off the ground and running successfully.

This really is an opportunity to start a business where you can earn a great income in the future... abd if you do love cars and are passionate about cars, then you really should have a closer look at the potential of auto broking...