Do you hate the car-buying process?
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People who don't have time to search for a new car or find the process too much, can hire a car broker. A car broker's job is to find people the kind of car they want for a price they can afford.
When a broker finds the right car, they negotiate the deal with the seller and deliver the car to the buyer's door.
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Dean McBride, a representative for Members Auto Source in Greenwood, Indiana, says he charges about $350 into the total price of the car, but adds he doesn't charge a fee if he doesn't get a deal.
Listen to the video to see if a car broker might be a good fit for you.