Entering... Informed car buyer territory

The Homework Guy Since 2009

I started out in the car business on the belief that the industry can't be anywhere near as bad as the reputation it had.  I thought I'd be on a "Myth Busters" mission.  What I was about to find out was that it was worse than any car buyer imagines. The predatory business model was not only taught to salesmen, but desk managers and finance officers were expected to use whatever means and methods possible to sell a car... orders directly from ownership. Fail to dupe enough customers, and you hear, "YOU'RE FIRED."

What We Look For

Car Buyers who need help, and Good Car Dealers who want to help them. We are now traveling the country to find the bright spots in the car business (the good guys), and looking for customers we can help on a car lot... all on our dime. We look forward to seeing you in your city some day!

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Featured Video

 Leases can be the right fit for a certain population of car buyers. In fact, around 30% of all new cars are Leased! 

Recent Videos

 Wholesale Used Car Prices are tumbling significantly in some categories. Auto Expert Kevin Hunter "The Homework Guy" presents current pricing in 13 categories with year to date differences from 2019 to 2020, and this will spill over into big discounts for patient car buyers... if not immediately, very soon! 

 7 Things You SHOULD KNOW about TRUECAR. Who is the real customer? What does TrueCar say about this themselves? 

 Getting a CAR LOAN at a Dealership is always risky. Add in Lenders like Santander, and you could find yourself in a terrible Car Loan! 

 The purpose of this video is not to say you shouldn’t try to help a salesman guide you through the process. The purpose is to make sure YOU get the opportunity to drive a few cars, collect information, and then take a day or two to think about it. 

 Costco probably wasn’t the first place that came to mind when you were thinking about getting a new or used car.  Although it’s been running for more than 25 years, many would like to know more about the Costco Auto Program before giving it a try. The question: Is it any good?   

CAR SALESMAN TRICKS YOU into buying a car! DEALERSHIP Rip off: The SET UP presented by AUTO Expert 2020  

 The video advises: Do not buy these FROM THE DEALER. 1) Paint & Fabric protection plan. 2) Roof rack. 3) Key insurance. 4) Bundled protection package (for wheels, windshield, dents, etc). 5) Gap insurance. 6) Nitrogen to inflate your tires. 7) Theft protection system. 8) Rear-seat entertainment systems. 9) VIN window etching. 10) Service contract (extended warranty). 

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