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  • User: kem bell ( 100 Ads Placed )
  • Location: Houston, Texas, 77092

When you buy a car from a dealership, the dealer will handle the paperwork for you, including titling and registration. For transactions between private parties, however, you'll do the paperwork yourself. Fortunately, this can be even easier than doing it at a dealership.Title Transfer To start with, the title transfer is usually a very simple transaction. This transfers the ownership of the car from one person to another. The seller should also make out a bill of sale that includes all the pertinent information about the vehicle and its sale price.To transfer the title to you, the seller fills out the information requested on the certificate of title itself. This self-explanatory action signs over the vehicle's ownership to you.In addition to filling out the title, the seller should complete the gray sections of the Application for Texas Certificate of Title (Form 130-U) that you will bring to Houston Texans Auto Title office to transfer the title. You have up to a month to do this. If you are not able to transfer the motor vehicle title before the 30th day then some penalties will apply. When you purchase a vehicle from an individual you will pay taxes on the vehicles purchase price or the retail value of the vehicle (whichever is the higher value). To provide you with an accurate quote on the title transfer you will need to provide me with the Vehicle Identification Number (vin). If the vehicle is less than 10 years old the vehicle mileage will be needed to quote an accurate price.Lost Title If you wish to get a title for a vehicle, but the owner of the vehicle is unknown, you must obtain a bonded title―meaning that you must get a bond to reimburse the rightful owner should he or she come forward to claim the vehicle later. You will also need to fill out a Statement of Fact supplement and a title application. After three years of holding a bonded title, you can apply for a regular title.Car Buying TipsThe Texas Office of the Attorney General has provided a guide to buying a used car, which is filled with useful information and tips. If you are purchasing a secondhand car, you might also be interested in the attorney general's auto repair guide, which can help protect you when dealing with car repair shops.Once you have decided on a car to buy, you might also want to have its title and condition researched. We will generate a vehicle history report by running a countrywide search on the vehicle identification number (VIN). The report will include any accidents that were reported, title status, recall information, and damage due to acts of nature.Because it includes the complete title history, a vehicle history report is a great way to make sure the car you're buying was never declared salvage. Since many flood-damaged cars are finding their way back onto the used car market, it's more important than ever to be a well-informed purchaser. Here at Houston Texans Auto Title we make it our duty to do a complete title check on all vehicles to ensure the simplicity of the title transfer. For quote information please call Kem at 281-901-7909. We are open Mon thru Sat from 10 am until 8pm to serve you. My office is located at 7070 southwest fwy, Houston, tx 77074 or come to my nw location at 2855 Mangum rd ste 567a, houston, TX 77092.Bill of SaleA bill of sale is not required when it comes to registering and titling your vehicle. However, it's a smart document to keep on file. It serves as your proof of purchase and protects your position should any questions arise over the vehicle's registration rate, which varies by county. You can easily download a copy of this form from our Bill of Sale page

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