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Do you have the MF and residual percentage for 2018 a5 sportsback 36 month for 10k miles and also 15k miles? If not the sportsback than just the a5? Prestige model. Thank you!
Hi! Do you know the current MF and Residual for a 2017 Tahoe LT, 48/12, in FL?
2017 Chevy Silverado LT, Double Cab, 4WD, All Star EditionMSRP $37,91039 Months/12K Miles per yearMassachusetts
Looking at factory ordering an '18 S5 Prestige fully loaded with an MSRP of $67,575 for lease.I am a ACNA member due to receive 6% off MSRPMy dealer is quoting me a MF of 00.232 and a residual of 60% on a 42 month lease @ 10k/yr.I have decided a 36/7500 lease would be more competitive...so my question is:What should the MF and residual be on this car, I'm in California if that matters...thanks,John
I forgot to mention this is a coupe...
Sorry! 3.0L 380 hp S model. Figure 15k then. I drive 22k year.Thanks so much!!!
There are some really smart people who post in here. Not sure I can keep up with the minimum requirements to keep posting.Mike, Crag, Bean and the rest of you, great observations.So, chalk this up to "I had no idea"!Compensation for cemetery sales (at least the one my acquaintance works at) has several components....1. Upsell the family who has an immediate need. Meaning, upsell to a more expensive Casket, burial vault, more elaborate viewing and final service, etc (apparently you can shop around for the best price on a coffin)2. Selling "pre need" packages count more than immediate need. Selling the family more plots during the interment of their loved one, counts more....with a higher commission rate.3. Bigger, better grave markers count more, with a higher commission rate.I was informed of others, but I stopped the compensation explanation because frankly, it was not all that interesting to me.Anyway, his quota is $25K the first month of the qtr, $28K the 2nd and $30K the 3rd month of the qtr. Acclerators hit after you make your quota for the month.I know having services for my parents were at least $10K, and I think more for my Mother has she passed away about 7 years after my Father. I didn't buy the most expensive casket, nor the cheapest, either...it was probably a little on the higher end of the price scale, though.So, aside from only having families who only wanted to put their loved ones in a box, with no service, it really doesn't sound that difficult to sell $30K/mo. In order to make any real money, assuming a 10% commission (straight commission), you'd have to go over quota, hit accelerators, and sell the higher margin products and services.More than any of us needed to know about cemetery sales.
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