Re: An Excellent Condition, Turnkey Boat
Originally Posted by TJC45
The more people who come on board that boat, the better chance it has of selling. If it's deficiencies are told up front no one will come to look at the boat. Quite frankly, the listing agent/broker and the owner could care less if you are pissed off about the boat being misrepresented. The more people who look, the more offers they will get. And make no mistake, they will get offers. And, they increase their opportunites to sell the boat.
I don't necessarily agree. If the boat is representated accurately but also priced accordingly, you'll likely still get traffic, and probably more targeted traffic who are shopping in the proper price range and are already prepared for the condition of the boat.
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