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What are the steps to selling a car, when title is held by lien holder?

I know that selling a car to a dealer is super easy, and price they'd pay is super low. And having no title in hand makes little difference. But, what about selling private party to private party?


I know that having a "clean title" is best and can get me "slightly more" from the buyer. But, if the bank holds the title, what are the steps the buyer and I need to follow?


Private party to private party is better for me, and for the buyer.


I did purchase warranties, which got rolled into the loan. I need to see if they are transferrable...


Thanks.





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As mentioned above with the banks, etc. it's the same way a house is sold before the 30 year mortgage is up.