My guess, if the current economic trends continue, as they are expected to, A LOT of people will be looking to get out of leases they can no longer afford - so these sites will be flooded. It'll be a buyer's (err, lease assumer's) market - and people trying to get out of leases will be dropping their pants. You're best off planning to keep your leased car.Hey guys,
I wanted to see what you guys think of the current market and if its likely that trading your lease on one of those lease trade sites would be a good idea in the next year.
Actually the converse happened to me. I now take the bus instead of a 60-mile RT commute.Likewise if your circumstances changed where your commute went from 2 miles a day to 80 miles, and your lease mileage is limited.
You want to get rid of the car/payments? What will you get after the lease ends?Actually the converse happened to me. I now take the bus instead of a 60-mile RT commute.
Every time I think about it, I'm so glad that I'm on a 24-mth lease. I only have 13-pmts to go.