Wednesday, February 27, 2008

$19,995 "OBO"

Quite often, you'll see a forsale ad with the price listed as $xx,xxx obo. Have you ever wondered what that "obo" really means? Is the seller willing to take the best offer below his asking price or is the seller looking for the best offer over his listing price? A quick scan on Yahoo Answers revealed that "obo" means different things to different people and there's plenty of confusion. Either way, what should you offer when you come across an "obo" price ad?

With PriceHub, we take the guesswork out of these "obo" listings. By fully disclosing actual sale prices of cars & trucks, we help buyers make fully informed decisions about their offer prices for cars & trucks. The next time you come across an "obo" listing, hop over to PriceHub and check the actual sale prices of the car or truck you are interested in. Armed with these real transaction data points, you'll be able to make a bonafide offer that is reflective of true, fair market value.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

My friend and I were recently discussing about the ubiquitousness of technology in our daily lives. Reading this post makes me think back to that discussion we had, and just how inseparable from electronics we have all become.

I don't mean this in a bad way, of course! Ethical concerns aside... I just hope that as the price of memory drops, the possibility of downloading our brains onto a digital medium becomes a true reality. It's one of the things I really wish I could experience in my lifetime.

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