Alright, I do not know where I am going to begin but I will try to keep it as short as possible. (if its too long skip to paragraph three to help me) A few years back I came to you guys for help on building a great performing site. Something responsive that converts and helps sell cars. I found Dealer Fire and they nailed it and created exactly what I wanted. I had SEO set up and pumping out content. Back office I was able to see everything coming in and grew my traffic from 150 users to 450 users in one year. Granted most of them landed on blog posts that never converted, although I still had people landing on my site. All in all I was happy with what they made me and happy with the price. Cut to the last six months, towards beginning of winter I asked if they would shut off all of my SEO and just keep my site active. Winter really killed me last year losing some big money. On top of that my baby brother who worked here at my dealership passed away and I took a leave for a few months. He was twenty four, hospital accident, long story... Come to find out they never backed down my package. Also for some reason they didn't charge me for a bit and I built up this large balance, maybe because of the dealer socket acquire. I spent countless hours on the phone explaining and showing them emails about the billing error. I forwarded emails where I blatantly told my rep I wanted my package lowered to bare minimum. After trying to plea my case about my over charge I ended up giving up on these guys. Now I was forced to switch back to my crappy old converting site. I learned a huge lesson throughout this crazy experience. All the SEO money in the world will still be lost if you switch providers. All the traffic and all the hard work we put in to create a strong site is gone. I did pay for content SEO and specialty topics that made us unique and now its wasted. Its all gone because we want to switch providers over a billing error. I want all my efforts to be mine in the future and do not want to spend thousands of dollars for something that can be taken away at anytime. I want to own my WordPress site so no one can ever steal away the content and built up traffic that I paid for. Is it possible to have a site that I own that is built out like dealefire did. How can I have my own wordpress that's mine and have a one time build out by someone. I want to have my inventory built into the site along with a credit app page. I would like to to link to homenet or something similar. I want to go on my own, is this too much to ask?