Your buyer can securely pay for your car online and you're protected from scams.
Cash can be counterfeit, lost, or stolen and is annoying to deposit.
Cashier's checks are commonly forged and require bank verification.
When you add your vehicle to KeySavvy, we'll give you a link that buyers can use to pay you online.
Share your KeySavvy link with your buyer or list your car for sale wherever you like. Include your link or QR code image in your ad to deter scammers.
There's no need to handle cash or verify a cashier's check. Buyers can use your payment link to pay online using their bank account.
Hand over the keys and we transfer the funds directly to your bank account. If you have a loan, we'll pay your lender directly to close the account.
KeySavvy does not charge a fee for sellers that have their title in hand. If the seller has a loan, KeySavvy charges $99 to pay off the loan as part of the sale.
Buyers and sellers can also choose to split fees equally, or have one party pay all fees.
Yes! You don't need need to pay off your loan before you sell your car -- KeySavvy will pay it off as part of the sale process when your buyer pays with KeySavvy. We charge sellers a $99 fee when there is a loan or lien on a vehicle.
Yes, you control the sale price of your vehicle. KeySavvy is not involved in the price negotiation between you and your buyer.
When your buyer pays with KeySavvy, we can send payment by direct deposit (ACH), wire transfer, check, and in some cases, Zelle. You can choose how you'd like to be paid on your account page.
After KeySavvy verifies and approves a sale, we'll send you an email letting you know it's OK to give your vehicle to the buyer. We'll initiate your payment as soon as the buyer confirms they have possession by clicking a button on their KeySavvy dashboard.
If your buyer is out-of-state and the vehicle is being shipped, you'll mail the title to KeySavvy. We'll initate your payment when the carrier picks up the vehicle, as long as we've already received the title.
After KeySavvy verifies and approves a sale, we'll send you an email letting you know it's OK to give your vehicle to the buyer. Don't give your vehicle to the buyer until KeySavvy has verified your buyer's payment. After we approve, you and the buyer can determine when and where to meet to hand over your keys.
Yes, KeySavvy generates a bill of sale automatically. Buyers and sellers will e-sign this document and can keep it for their records.
KeySavvy does not advertise your car, but sharing your KeySavvy link on your ad will help buyers feel comfortable purchasing your car. To find a buyer, you'll want to advertise your car for sale on one or more online marketplaces such as Craigslist, OfferUp, Facebook Marketplace, Cars.com, CarGurus, Autotrader, eBay, etc. Our blog has lots of great resources to help sellers, like marketplace reviews and guides for creating stellar ads.
Yes, KeySavvy allows buyers to finance their purchase through their own bank or credit union.
Unlike a traditional private party sale with buyer financing, the process for sellers is simple: After you and the buyer agree on a price, we work with your buyer to collect payment from their bank. You hand over the keys and we send your payment. You don't have to wait for the buyer or their bank.
Yes, KeySavvy supports cars, trucks, motorcycles, trailers, RVs, snowmobiles, and ATVs! As long as the vehicle is titled in the United States, we can verify the seller's identity, check for loans and liens, and allow buyers to pay online. When buyers pay with KeySavvy, we guarantee buyers will receive a clear title and sellers will get paid.
Yes. If your loan is more than the sale price of the vehicle (called "negative equity", "upside-down", or "underwater"), you can still sell with KeySavvy. In fact, we make it easier because you don't have to pay off your entire loan before selling your car.
When you agree on a price with a buyer, we'll get a 10-day payoff quote from your lender. We'll collect the difference between the sale price and the payoff amount from you before your buyer picks up the vehicle.
If you're selling someone else's car, you can still accept payment with KeySavvy. We will require all legal owners to verify their identity or documentation showing your legal right to sell the vehicle.
Yes, it is legal to sell your vehicle even if the registration has expired. In some states, such as California, the DMV may require you or the buyer to pay outstanding registration fees when selling it to a buyer within the state. If selling to a buyer out of state, you generally do not need to pay unpaid registration fees when the buyer registers the vehicle.
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