Bakersfield, California — March 15, 2017– Today, I am sharing with you how I found a new car rental in the Bay Area for a very reasonable price.
I got a job at a local bank and as a result, my bank had to give me a car.
In fact, I was the only one in my household that was getting a car, as I was a sole proprietor of my own business.
I did not pay any sales tax on the car I rented out.
I even had to pay a $150 tax on it.
After all, I had been out of the business for about six months and was working full time for a company that paid me less than a third of the average rent.
I figured that since my business was paying me less, it might as well pay me for the opportunity to rent out my car.
I started my search for a new rental with a simple Google search.
After searching for about three weeks, I came across a listing for a 2015 Toyota Corolla sedan for $21,000.
The seller, Brian, was a local real estate agent and wanted to put me in touch with a car broker.
Brian recommended me to an agent, who agreed to help me find a new lease for my Corolla.
Brian also recommended that I go to a dealership.
Brian told me that this was a great opportunity to get into leasing.
He also recommended me that he would put me up in an affordable place, as it would not be too expensive to rent a rental car in the area.
So, we went to a local dealership.
We got the car for a $1,400 deposit, a lease for $2,400, and a deposit of $1.75 per month for six months.
That was pretty good.
Brian agreed to keep me in contact as I searched for a leasing company.
We met at the dealership to discuss leasing.
The dealership was not too far away and it was not a big deal to be on a waiting list.
It was not as if I was getting an entire car, which is what I wanted.
The salesman had an impressive list of experience.
He had helped to create a business, worked at a large firm, and owned a large company.
I had heard of Brian’s business and he had a very good resume.
So I started to search around and found a leasing agency that could help me get a lease.
The agent I hired recommended Brian to us.
He was a very nice person who would make the process of leasing easy.
Brian was a nice guy, so I decided to get in touch immediately.
I told Brian that I wanted to lease the car.
Brian promised me that we would meet in person to talk about it.
Brian and I met at his office.
He drove me to his office and we went into his office for a quick talk.
He gave me a short description of the car, the car’s price, and the car rental price.
He told me I would pay about $17,000 in rent for a car I would rent out.
He would pay me a $600 deposit, and he would cover the entire cost of the lease.
He said that I would get a new monthly payment of $400, which would be a very inexpensive rent.
The lease was only for six to eight months.
I was very happy to get this new lease, but I had some reservations about the price.
Brian had told me a year ago that it was going to be a little expensive.
I asked him if he was really willing to pay that much for a rental, and Brian said that he was not willing to change a price.
However, I knew that if the car was a little old, it was probably going to get damaged, so Brian said I would need to keep an eye on it while it was still new.
The car was also being used by a person that Brian was interested in leasing out.
Brian suggested I rent out the car to that person.
Brian said he would give me $300 a month for the lease, and we would rent it out over a six month period.
We did not go into detail about how long we were going to lease, or what the lease would be for.
Brian would pay $400 a month in rent, which we would cover.
Brian’s fee was for the first month of lease.
After that, Brian would get more money for each month that we leased the car over the six months we rented it.
He then would increase the rent over the next six months, which was about $3,000 a month.
After the six month lease was up, Brian said the car would need a new owner.
Brian did not want me to rent it to another person because of the potential damage.
Brian knew that we were on the waiting list to lease our Corolla, so he told me he would call me when we were ready.
He hung up and we talked about the