Nissan total loss immediate purchase to capture equity

Even if this worked, what if the insurance company gave you less than what you bought it for

Let the car go
Get something else this is not worth the hassle/risk plus you are not getting the overage if any

You rented the car from Nissan, not bought it. It is their property not yours

This has been discussed many times

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The car is worth 8k more than the payoff. A lessee has the option to buy the car. It is what she intended to do at the end of the lease. No reason she should lose the equity.

What does her contract say happens in the event of total loss?

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Folowing posts ive read, this has worked for one Person in the last year. 6 people have attempted this and gone dark, 1 person said he failed

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How can this car be worth 8k over the current payoff? Post some details.
Pay the deductible and kiss that car good-buy.

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Every single “what if…” you can think of has been answered already.

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Assuming your friend followed the mandated policy, NMAC is the listed lienholder and was the lienholder at the time of loss. Thus they’ll make payment to the lienholder listed. If you tell them you’ve since purchased the car, more than likely they’re going to tell you to take it up with the captive to have them forward payment or provide proof of ownership of vehicle at time of loss.

But again, you’d have to verify with the insurance company and captive.

Gonna do it. Will advise in a few weeks when it goes through. Zero risk. Enough with your nonsense with no factual basis as usual.

Its an altima sv premium with a 17k payoff with 20k miles. Go see what they are selling for…

Infiniti finance which is probably same as nmac set the lease termination the day insurance reported as a total loss. I bet your insurance already informed them about it.

IFS refunded me the payment from the day lease termination was effective.

And no. They don’t share equity with you. Your friend might get some money - in the form of taxes because the insurance makes you “whole”.

:point_up_2::point_up_2:

I’m curious to hear how it works out for your friend.

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If the $8k of equity is predicated on them listed for $25k at retail then the price she can sell it for is probably closer to $21k, but until you actually check with each 3rd party, that’s just a guess.

These posters creating posts to solicit input then ignore said input should be banned.

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Lol There goes over 75% of LH posts in the ‘Should I do this category’

I only come here for validation of my hare-brained schemes. Everything else is just noise.

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Hahaha. It’s Always for their “friend”

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Do you have the cash to buy it? No one is going to finance a totaled car. To finance it the car is the collateral.

Also if the car is totaled and it’s already been reported to the insurance and Nissan, I’m pretty sure Nissan is going. To tell you they can’t sell you a totaled car. They are going. To take the check because it happened when they owned it.

You leased the car, this is the chance you take, if you owed more that it was worth you’d owe nothing because of gap insurance. You either take all of the risk and get all of the reward/punishment, or you play the lease game and you’re free and clear.

Good luck

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Carries must pay the replacement value. They need to provide comps. They wont be able to provide comps at 21.

She has the cash and I can front it if she didnt.

Please do keep us posted on what happens. Would appreciate if you don’t ghost us. Would really like to hear the ultimate conclusion/resolution.

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