How I should Buy a used car from a private party with money still owed to Honda Financial Services.

Asked by Sep 12, 2014 at 03:09 PM about the 2012 Honda Accord EX

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How I should Buy a used car from a private party with money still owed to Honda
Financial Services. The title is still with Honda.
Basically I'm offering him $17k certified check  and he's putting in the remaining $3k in
order to release the title from Honda Financial Services.
How all the transcation should be done safely and how i will get the title. is there a way,
title is transferred to my name by Honda Financial services. Please let me know.

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Contact Honda Financial Services if you have any questions, but the seller should provide HFS with your information so they can mail out the title to your address. Make sure you get a bill of sale....http://www.carsdirect.com/sell-cars/how-to-sell-a-car-when-the- bank-has-the-title

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