Join Date: Oct 2008
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As someone who works on commission, I will argue that if you want results, hire a guy who doesn't get paid unless he gets the job done.
Of course, there are those who argue that "well, because a broker works on commission, he is going to steer me toward higher priced boats so he can make more money."
It makes no sense to a commission broker to steer you toward a boat you won't buy. It wastes his time and money, because if you don't buy he makes nothing. He also runs the risk of losing you as clients, because he is wasting YOUR time, too.
A GOOD broker will find you the right boat, at the right price, as quickly as possible.
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