Ready to sell: DIY or list with broker?

Discussion in 'Ask the Broker' started by Z-Worthy, Oct 13, 2019.

  1. bbwhitejr

    bbwhitejr Well-Known Member

    Apr 14, 2013
    Lake Lanier GA
    2007 44DB
    Cummins QSC 8.3s
    Sold Boat data tells the story....

    Bennett
     
  2. Z-Worthy

    Z-Worthy Active Member

    410
    Jun 20, 2014
    Sandusky, OH
    1997 400 DA
    300hp CAT 3116s
    I appreciate the insight! If the true value of the vessel is sub-$100k, then I’ll gladly keep it and use it a handful of times annually and be content knowing I’m merely riding out the flat part of the depreciation curve for a few more years. Thanks gentleman!
     
  3. Carpediem44DB

    Carpediem44DB Active Member

    529
    Aug 18, 2015
    Sanfransico Bay area
    2006 44 DB Sedan Bridge Raymarine gS165 w Quantum HD Radar
    cummins QSC 8.3 500 HD
    I tried selling our last boat, a Bristol 2008 Rinker 350 in 2014 on my own. It was a rare boat for the west coast but priced right and stayed on market for over a year. I eventually traded it in on the 44 and our broker had it sold in a week! I believe that buyers in the $100,000 plus market want the full service one stop shopping experience that a broker offers. When its time to sell and move up we will definitely use the services of a broker and just bite the bullet when we cut the commission check.
     

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