Sell cars from home by creating ads on sites such as eBay.com, Craiglist.org, Cars.com or Autotrader.com. Some sites allow you to place the ads for free, while others charge according to the duration and amount of information you include. Some sites also offer tools for promoting the sale and managing communications from buyers.
Begin by choosing the site on which you wish to advertise your cars, considering the cost, tools and scope of each network. For example, eBay.com offers sellers protection against fraudulent activity and offers a wide user base of potential buyers, whereas Craigslist.org connects you with local buyers but requires more work to collect payment and make viewing arrangements. Services such as the Kelley Blue Book listings through Autotrader.com or the Cars.com private seller service also offer different levels of protection and a more focused automotive customer base. The Kelley Blue Book listing also includes fees for posting, while other sites offer free listings or only charge on successful sales.
Once you choose a site, take multiple clear pictures of the vehicle to include in the post, which allow potential buyers to understand the condition and style of the car. Write a description for the body of the listing that covers its best features along with any damage or flaws. Some sites may automatically remove your ad after a set period of time, requiring you to repost it.