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Congratulations! You’ve found your next WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE VEHICLE !
 
We are making Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles AFFORDABLE ! These wheelchair vans have been selected for a special promotion!
 
It’s a great feeling, but it’s only the start of the process. Your next step is to make us a reasonable offer that we will accept. Don’t worry. As always, we’re here to help.
 
On the wheelchair vans in this category there is an option to make us an offer of what you are willing to pay. Once we receive the offer will we respond if we can accept it. If we accept the offer you have 48 hours to place the order to get the item at that price.
 
 
Before You Make An Offer
 
We know how exciting it is buying a new wheelchair van can be, but before you get too far, let’s make sure you have funds ready to buy or have get a pre-approval letter from a bank. Yes, we offer wheelchair van financing. For an online credit application visit us at http://949vans.com/financing.aspx
 
 
Getting Pre-Approved
 
It may seem a bit like putting the cart before the horse, but as soon as you decide to buy a wheelchair van and before you even start looking, you should begin the pre-approval process. You'll be able to make an offer as soon as you’ve found an accessible vehicle you love.
 
 
How Do You Make An Offer On A Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle?
Once you've locked down your pre-approval letter and found your dream vehicle, the next thing to worry about is the actual process of making an offer.
 
 
Here's what you'll need to do once you've decided you're serious:
 
Strategize: You'll need to decide how much to offer, what contingencies you want and how much money you’ll need to put down.
 
 
Negotiate:
 
Decide How Much To Offer
 
The first step in making an offer on a wheelchair accessible vehicle is to decide how much money you’re willing to pay for the vehicle. It’s important to stay inside your budget, but you shouldn’t just throw out a random number. You’re looking for that sweet spot between getting the best possible price and not insulting the seller by making a lowball offer.
 
 
The Price and Terms of the Sale:
 
Necessary upgrades and modifications: Do you need Hand Controls? Transfer Seat? Electronic Wheelchair Securement? Keep the cost of these upgrades in mind when you consider your total overall budget. When you prepare your offer, you may also want to ask the seller to include the modifications.
 
 
Here are some things to consider before you choose a final price:
 
Spend some time online researching nearby dealers that currently have handicap vans for sale and what they are selling the vans for.
 
 
Make the offer: You can make your offer via email along with your proof of funds or pre-approval letter to sales@949vans.com or to  submit us an online form, visit us at http://949vans.com/make-us-an-offer.aspx. Then, all you can do is wait for a positive response.
 
 
We will do one of three things when they receive your offer: accept it, make a counteroffer, or reject it.
 
 
We Accept Your Offer - CONGRATULATIONS!
 
You can proceed to producing the down payment and signing the sales contract. Now, you’re ready to move forward with your mobility loan.
 
 
We Make a Counteroffer
 
If we respond with a counteroffer, it’s up to you to decide what to do next. You can accept it, make a counteroffer or reject it.
 
 
Here are a few tips to keep in mind:
 
You can negotiate more than just the purchase price of your wheelchair accessible vehicle. You may have a trade-in vehicle. We buy everything on wheels from economy cars to high end luxury sedans.
 
Lost Title? Overdue registration? No smog cert? No problem!
 
 
We Reject Your Offer
 
Sometimes, things just aren’t meant to be. Maybe you lowballed the offer, or maybe someone else made us an offer we could not refuse. Although a rejection may leave you feeling disappointed, remember that the wheelchair van you love today may seem like an albatross 5 years from now if you can’t comfortably afford it. Consider the process a learning experience, it may be that your true dream accessible is right around the corner.
 
 
Always remember that, even after making an offer, you’re free to change your mind and walk away before signing a contract. Don’t worry about wasting anybody’s time or disappointing someone; you’re the one who will be paying for it, and you need to feel completely comfortable with the terms of that purchase.




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