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A man talking to a dealer about his car lease buyout
Lease Purchase
Britta Retherford

What Is A Car Lease Buyout?

A car lease buyout is different than buying a typical new or used car. Not only do you have knowledge of your leased car’s history but you have a few financial considerations that are unique to car lease buyouts.

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A man learning how car leasing works by choosing cars online instead of through a dealership
Lease Purchase
Britta Retherford

How Does Car Leasing Work?

Car leasing is not the same as car buying or renting a car. Whether you are about to lease a new car or deciding what to do at the end of your current lease, it is important that you understand the basics of car leasing.

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Buy Your Company Car in 3 Steps
Lease Purchase
Britta Retherford

How To Get Out Of A Car Lease Early

The same, shiny new vehicle you loved at lease signing might not be the right fit anymore. Whatever the reason, you need to learn how to get out of a car lease early—and fortunately, you have a few options. Unfortunately, none of them are going to let you walk away without penalty.

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Shaking hands after buying your car lease early
Lease Purchase
Britta Retherford

How To Buy Your Car Lease Early

Most lessees will drive their leased vehicles until the end of the contract and return it to their dealer. But a three-year car lease is not set in stone. In fact, if you’re looking to buy your car lease early, you can follow the footsteps of thousands of people who have done the same.

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Someone who wants to buy a leased car
Lease Purchase
Britta Retherford

4 Steps To Buy Your Leased Car

If you enjoy your leased vehicle, it’s only natural to want to keep it. Lease buyouts during or at the end of your term are common. In fact, manufacturers are most often all too happy to sell you the vehicle you leased.

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Car Lease Purchase
Lease Purchase
Britta Retherford

What Is An Excess Mileage Fee?

Most car lease agreements stipulate the maximum number of miles per year a lessee is expected to drive his/her leased car. Oftentimes, if a lessee exceeds his/her allotted mileage, then at the end of the lease he/she will have to pay an excess mileage fee.

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