Don’t Trade in Your Car!
Save Thousands versus traditional trade in methods
Transferring your lease to another person ends all liability!
Never have negative equity in your leases again!
Find a new lease buyer for your car quickly!
Let the bank do most of the work!
Early lease exit’s are bank approved!
Turn in fees are waived!
Residual Value is waived!
All remaining payments end immediately!
I got an BMW 340i but i really wanted an M3. BMW was easy to work with to transfer it to my new buyer.Victor E.
My wife didn’t like the NX300 lexus we got, so 3 months in I wanted to trade it. Lease transfer was a better cost effective option. I saved alot. Thank you team dsr.John P.
Found someone to take my car in 10 days, got 7 emails. it was a bidding war for my lease car. pretty sweet.Sidarth M.
I never knew I could end my lease without trading it in. The dealer wanted to add $200 to my new car payment if they ended my lease early. I posted my car for transfer and in 5 days I had someone to take over my lease. Only $250 transfer fee to BMW Financial and I gave my new buyer the keys! Thank you!Kelly B.
I transferred my lease with 20 payments left to go!Shawn K.
List Your Lease and Find a Buyer Now!
Most banks & leasing companies allow a vehicle lease to be transferred to a new credit qualified buyer / lessee.
Prospective buyers out of the area may purchase a safety inspection at your local authorized dealer instead of test driving your car. Team DSR can assist with this, just give us a call.
Balance of payments, security deposit, lease end fees and buyout option become the new buyer / lessee’s responsibility.
Lease transfers happen quickly within 72 hours, please have all keys, books, valid registration & service records available.
Security deposits paid to original dealer are also transferred to the next buyer / lessee and paid at the end of the original lease maturity date, make sure to collect your security deposit upfront if you’re seeking a reimbursement from the new buyer.
Any incentive paid to the next lessee, should only be done so when your bank has confirmed the transferred new ownership is complete.