Cinnaminson Township is in Burlington County, NJ, and is a close neighbor of Philadelphia. Because of its prime location and ever-growing population (now at 16,000 people), you can be faced with a lot of competition when you try to sell your used car. On Craigslist, there are 50 used cars in Cinnaminson alone. On TrueCar, there are over 2,500 used cars for sale within 10 miles of Cinnaminson. So why put yourself through the time and headache of trying to sell your car online when We Buy All Cars in NJ is less than 30 minutes away in Voorhees? We Buy All Cars has a 35-year impeccable reputation for providing excellent customer service, and we want to buy your car from you today!
We Buy All Cars in NJ
Over those 35 years, we’ve gained a reputation for presenting offers at fair market value. Offers that will always exceed what you can expect to get from a dealership. We’ll purchase your vehicle As-Is. There’s no cleaning or repairs you need to make in order to leave our offices with a check in your hand. The process is easy:
REQUEST A QUOTE
You can contact us by calling (856) 834-5558 or by filling out our contact form. Our team will contact you personally to answer any additional questions you might have, as well as generate a quote for your vehicle. We know how busy your schedule can be which is why we offer appointments Monday through Saturday 9 am to 6 pm. We work on an appointment basis to eliminate any waiting period for you. Our whole appraisal process generally takes 20 minutes.
BRING IN YOUR CAR
Once you’ve set up an appointment with us, we meet in our Voorhees New Jersey office to complete a quick appraisal of your vehicle. After the appraisal, we will then present you with a fair-market offer. We understand the value of repeat customers and provide competitive quotes that always beat the trade-in value you would get from a dealership. We purchase any make or model no matter how many repairs the vehicle might need. For vehicles too damaged to drive or not running, we offer free towing.
Once our team has finished the appraisal and paperwork we will write you a check that very moment. Additionally, we take over any payments on financed vehicles. You will need to bring a current payoff letter from the finance company showing the loan payoff amount. If the car is worth more than you owe, we will give you a check for the difference.
Cinnaminson: Quick Facts
- The economy is average, hovering around a 6% unemployment rate (the national average is 6.3%).
- The cost of living in Cinnaminson is 6.7% lower than the national average.
- The average commute to work is 26 minutes.
- Local schools have a good reputation. The township pays approximately $18,800 per public school student and the ratio of student to teacher is 12:9:1.
One of the great things about Cinnaminson is that there’s no “typical” resident. Ages, jobs, education, socioeconomic statuses, and lifestyles vary. According to the 2010 Census, 22% of the population is under the age of 18, 8% is between 18-24, 20% is from 25 to 44, 31% is from 45 to 64, and 18% is 65 or older, making the mean age around 44.5.
The 2010 American Community Survey showed that the average income of the Cinnaminson resident is around $88,500. Occupations for Cinnaminson residents tend to stick in the scientific/technical, construction, education, and healthcare sectors. Almost everyone commutes to work by driving their own car (83%), 8% carpool, and 4% take some form of public transportation (i.e. bus, trolley, train, subway).
Of the homeowners in the township, most contain 2 cars (161 have no cars and 43 people have 5 or more vehicles per household). There are around 81 miles of road in Cinnaminson, including pass-throughs for Routes 73, 90, 130, and 543. That’s a lot of roadway with quite a few cars on them. If you want the best deal for your used car, drive over to We Buy All Cars in Voorhees to make sure it’s sold on the spot at the fairest possible price.