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Re: Should I have a Buyers Broker?

Yes..Someone who will understand what you want and tell you the truth. The boats seller pays the coimmission and your broker woill get some of the commisiion from the sellers broker, Be carefull and get recoimmendations about the broker you choose, because just as in any business there are scrupulous people and unscrupulous.

What area do you live in.

Dave
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