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post #11 of Old 07-11-2013
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Re: Boat Too Cheap to get a Buyer's Broker?

I don't think you need (or want!) a broker or buyer's agency agreement in that price range. In my experience, they'll muck up what could be an otherwise simple transaction.

Call your local brokers and tell them what you're looking for and ask for a phone call if they hear of anything that matches your needs. I've done that several times over the years. Some brokers are happy to add you to their call/email network to notify you.

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