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post #6 of Old 01-13-2008
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I narrowed down the brokers to the one who paid most attention to me as well as took the time to do the legwork and the research to find a boat which fit our profile and needs. If you find one as good as the person who worked for us you will not want to deal with other brokers. The surveyor is totally yours of course to protect you from unscruplulus sellers and brokers. Usually brokers with great reputations have them for a reason.

Dave


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