Please Note: Each deal is unique in its own way with in-house financing. Each dealer is an independent business or independent contractor, who is completely separate from Getautogroup.com, the broker. Each dealer is an independent contractor, and no dealer is an owner, agent (in fact or law), or employee of Getautogroup.com, the auto broker. Getautogroup.com, hereby DISCLAIMS any liability for an intentional or negligent act by any dealer or dealership. Getautogroup.com will not be responsible or liable for any damages caused by any dealer or dealership. The warranties offered by the dealers are separate and not enforced, offered, nor guaranteed by Getautogroup.com. Any statement in any advertisement, literature, brochure, or website should NOT be interpreted or construed to expressly or impliedly create any relationship between Getautogroup.com and any dealer or dealership contrary to this NOTICE AND DISCLAIMER. No Social Security # or Date of Birth nor Identification # has been requested nor needed in approval process. Getautogroup.com acts as an auto broker between the buyer and the dealer only, and to expedite the process before scheduling an appointment with a Finance Specialist.
A broker is an individual or party (brokerage firm) that arranges transactions between a buyer and a seller for a commission when the deal is executed. In general, a broker is an independent agent used extensively in some industries. A broker's prime responsibility is to bring sellers and buyers together and thus a broker is the third-person facilitator between a buyer and a seller. There are advantages to using a broker. First, they know their market and have already established relations with prospective accounts. Brokers have the tools and resources to reach the largest possible base of buyers. They then screen these potential buyers for revenue that would support the potential acquisition. Before hiring a broker, it may be considered prudent to research the requirements relating to someone using the title. Some titles, such as Real Estate Brokers, often have strict state requirements for using the term, while others, such as Aircraft Brokers, typically have no formal licensing or training requirements.