Flipping Cars for Fun and Profit #value #car


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Flipping Cars for Fun and Profit

Published on September 18th, 2006

The No Limits Ladies have posted an article on how to flip cars how to buy used cars for cheap and sell them again for a profit.

I find used vehicles for sale, often times through Cars.com. and I price them using KBB.com. When I find one that I know is in more demand, with a motivated seller at or below private party pricing, I go look at it and sometimes buy it. Then I drive it for a while for free, and sell it when I m ready, for more than I bought it for. Then I roll that money into the next vehicle, or sometimes keep a bit for myself.

According to the article, the steps to flipping a car are:

  1. Screen used car ads for in-demand cars priced below market.
  2. Make a cash offer for below the asking price.
  3. Make necessary repairs.
  4. Get the car cleaned and detailed.
  5. Have the title free and clear, ready to hand to the buyer.
  6. Show the vehicle in a safe location.
  7. Don t negotiate you don t need to sell the vehicle, so wait for your price.
  8. Accept only cash.

This doesn t interest me I m not a car guy but if you re mechanically inclined, this could be a great way to make some extra cash.

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25 Fun Weekend Activities for College Students #fun #college #events


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25 Fun Weekend Activities for College Students

During my freshman year of college, I worried that I wasn’t truly experiencing college because I wasn’t drinking and partying. What a lie I believed, because these last 3 years have been insanely fun! College may be portrayed as a party scene, but that is not how your college experience has to be. As a Christian in college, you can still have the time of your life!

Incase you need some ideas on what to do during the weekend, here are 25 fun things to do! (P.S. Yes, these are all photos of my crazy friends. We have a lot of fun together!)

  • Craft night! This is a favorite in my apartment. Need an idea? Check out my DIY Crafts board on my Pinterest.

  • Game night! We always have the Cru guys apartment over for game night. We play charades, fish bowl, and other games. So much fun!

  • Bake. Make something together or have everyone bring something and have a bake off.
  • Have a gingerbread house decorating contest! You can use Rice Krispies, gram crackers, icing, candy, sprinkles, and more. Perfect for Christmas time.
  • Go rollerblading. When was the last time you went rollerblading? You are never too old.

  • Movie marathon! Have a movie marathon or your favorite TV show marathon. Gilmore Girls is a popular choice for me =]

  • Paint pottery! If you ve never painted pottery, you have to try this. I ve gone a couple times and we always have a blast.

  • Host a bonfire. Some apartments have mini fire pits in the common area, so host a bonfire and make smores! I have a friend that lives at home right off campus, so she always hosts our bonfires.
  • Go out for sushi! Get dressed up and go to a nice sushi place. We have a place that we always go to that has half off after 10!

  • Work out. Go to a fitness class together at the gym. Friends that do yoga together, stay together. =]
  • Day out. Spend the day at Panera. Buy a coffee and do homework with a friend. If you have to do homework, it is nice to do it in a fun environment and get out of your dorm.

  • Have a puzzle night! I know this sounds like an evening for grandma, but I ve had some of the best conversations while puzzling. Puzzling doesn t require much thinking, so it provides a great space to have heart to hearts. We even have a puzzle table at my apartment.

  • Explore your campus and city. Google things to do in __(enter city)__. There might even be something going on downtown. I ve found art festivals, free movie showings outside, and carnivals.

  • Have a dance party! We have hosted halloween parties, birthday parties, and themed parties. We play music and the people dance! So so fun!

  • Open mic night. We found a little coffee shop near us that has a monthly open mic night. The talent is not very good, but that is part of why it is so fun! Every time we go, the same women sings songs she wrote about random objects.

  • Plan and run a 5k. You can even train together before hand!

  • Attend a sporting event on campus. Find out what sport is in season, get a group together, put on your school colors, and go cheer on the team. One of my roommates is on the women s soccer team. This year we are making signs and going to cheer her on. Go Bulls!

  • Beach day! Bring your towel and a book and relax by the water. (Sorry if you don t live near the water.)

  • Spa day- at home! Paint your nails, find DIY face masks on Pinterest, etc.

  • Be silly! Put on crazy outfits and go out to dinner!

  • Model! Get dressed up and have a photo session around campus!

  • Pull pranks on your roommates. We texted them and told them we made brownies and the came home to brown-es!

Have fun and enjoy your college years! Trust me, they go way too fast.

Check out the other posts in this series, Christian in College!

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Fun Kids Guide to Cars! #used #cars #values


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Fun Kids Guide to Cars!

Cars are a natural part of everyday life for most of us, but how much do you know about them?

The fact is that cars are incredible pieces of invention with endless clever things happening all at once, even when our mum is just dropping us off for footy practice!

So you can have a bit better understanding of the car you sit in, we thought we d put together a little Fun Kids Guide to Cars !

All you need to do is click on one of the images below and you can learn fascinating facts about all the crucial bits of a car.

Find out how they work, what their role is and what you can do to help your parents keep your car in good working order!

And of course, in true Fun Kids style, there s plenty of crazy facts and funny jokes for you too!

Have fun!

Click on a section to begin exploring!


Flipping Cars for Fun and Profit #lhd #cars


#buy and sell cars
#

Flipping Cars for Fun and Profit

Published on September 18th, 2006

The No Limits Ladies have posted an article on how to flip cars how to buy used cars for cheap and sell them again for a profit.

I find used vehicles for sale, often times through Cars.com. and I price them using KBB.com. When I find one that I know is in more demand, with a motivated seller at or below private party pricing, I go look at it and sometimes buy it. Then I drive it for a while for free, and sell it when I m ready, for more than I bought it for. Then I roll that money into the next vehicle, or sometimes keep a bit for myself.

According to the article, the steps to flipping a car are:

  1. Screen used car ads for in-demand cars priced below market.
  2. Make a cash offer for below the asking price.
  3. Make necessary repairs.
  4. Get the car cleaned and detailed.
  5. Have the title free and clear, ready to hand to the buyer.
  6. Show the vehicle in a safe location.
  7. Don t negotiate you don t need to sell the vehicle, so wait for your price.
  8. Accept only cash.

This doesn t interest me I m not a car guy but if you re mechanically inclined, this could be a great way to make some extra cash.

GRS is committed to helping our readers save and achieve their financial goals. Savings interest rates may be low, but that is all the more reason to shop for the best rate. Find the highest savings interest rates and CD rates from Synchrony Bank. Ally Bank. GE Capital Bank. and more.


8 Fun Car Games for Kids #wholesale #cars


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8 Fun Car Game Ideas

Road trips with your children don’t have to be difficult ordeals punctuated with a repeated “Are we there yet?” There are plenty of ways to make time in the car fun for both you and your child. Here are eight fun games to try the next time you’re on the road again.

1. The Alphabet Game

Ages 5 and up. One person chooses the right-hand side of the road, and someone else the left. Each player looks for letters of the alphabet that appear on signs or license plates on their side. The object of the game is to point out all the letters of the alphabet in order, from A to Z. The first person to spot the entire alphabet wins.

2. The Animal Name Game

Ages 6 and up. One person names an animal. Then each person in order has to name another animal (no repeating!) that starts with the last letter of the previous animal named. There are no winners or losers in this game. With older children, try the game with TV shows, or geographical categories such as cities or countries.

3. Twenty Questions

Ages 4 and up. One person secretly thinks of either an animal, mineral, or vegetable. The other players then take turns asking yes-or-no questions, such as “Can it fly?” or “Does it grow in the ground?” After the players have asked 20 questions, each player gets a chance to make a guess.

4. Telephone

Ages 4 and up. A child whispers a story to someone else in the car. That person whispers the same story — as close to a word-for-word recount as possible — to a third person, and so on. The last person to hear the story repeats it out loud so everyone can hear. Invariably, some of the story will have been lost in the translation, and the resulting garbled message usually inspires a good laugh.

5. The Theme Song Game

Ages 5 and up. One person hums the tune to a favorite TV show, and everyone else tries to name the show as fast as possible. The first person to guess correctly hums the next song.

6. Memory Test

Ages 6 and up. The first person says “A is for —” filling in the blank with any word beginning with the letter A, such as “apple.” The second person comes up with a word for the letter B, such as “book,” but must also repeat the “A” word: “A is for apple, B is for book.” Continue through the alphabet, each person taking several turns and reciting more and more letters and words. By the time you reach the letter Z, that player will recite the whole alphabet and its corresponding words. However, if you’re playing with younger kids you may want to choose an earlier letter than “Z” to be the final one.

7. Secret Place Race

Ages 7 and up. One person looks at a road map and finds a small town, village, river, etc. That person announces the name of the place she has chosen. A second player has 60 seconds to look at the map and try to find the secret place.

8. Restaurant Race

Ages 5 and up. Each player chooses a restaurant, such as Burger King, Taco Bell, McDonalds, etc. Players earn points by spotting their restaurant off the road, on a billboard, on exit markers, on Food/Fuel signs, or by hearing it mentioned on the radio. Impose a time limit — say, 20 minutes — and then add up the points.


Fun Kids Guide to Cars!


#cars for kids
#

Fun Kids Guide to Cars!

Cars are a natural part of everyday life for most of us, but how much do you know about them?

The fact is that cars are incredible pieces of invention with endless clever things happening all at once, even when our mum is just dropping us off for footy practice!

So you can have a bit better understanding of the car you sit in, we thought we d put together a little Fun Kids Guide to Cars !

All you need to do is click on one of the images below and you can learn fascinating facts about all the crucial bits of a car.

Find out how they work, what their role is and what you can do to help your parents keep your car in good working order!

And of course, in true Fun Kids style, there s plenty of crazy facts and funny jokes for you too!

Have fun!

Click on a section to begin exploring!