Did you know how Better Auto Buying got it's start?

Did you know how Better Auto Buying got it's start? Founder Gary Eisenstein explains:

Did you know how Better Auto Buying got it's start?
Founder Gary Eisenstein explains:

"I was a Chicago area new car dealer for over 30 years, and sold the dealerships about 6 years ago. Since then, I often found myself helping family and friends with what they considered the unpleasant task of car buying. I've always enjoyed the car business so sitting on the buyer's side of the desk was new and fun for me.

I consistently obtained terrific deals for these family members and friends as their advocate, so eventually I decided to offer my services to the public, using the name Better Auto Buying. I simply help them each step of the way through a structured yet stress free process.

I charge retail consumers one flat fee to consult with them and facilitate their entire buying process while I save them time and money. Working solely on their behalf, I help people buy all brands of new and used vehicles. As an independent advocate, I'm not affiliated with any particular dealership, nor do dealers pay me when I bring them customers. I'm able to break down the barriers that make car buying challenging for most consumers while I effectively save them money in ways only an insider can.

I strongly believe in the value of the advantages and benefits I offer consumers as a resource they would not otherwise have. The end result is that clients are thrilled with their purchases and I find it most rewarding to provide them with such a beneficial service."

For more information visit www.BetterAutoBuying.com or call 847 840-3388

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