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post #3 of Old 11-19-2006
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Just find a local broker who has a reputation for expertise and being easy to work with, tell him what you want in a boat and what you can pay, and see how you like his advice. Let him line some boats up - if he's good, you're on your way, if you don't like the results, just say thanks anyway and move onto someone else...I think working wioth a good broker can save the buyer a lot of time and travel, unless you know exactly what you want and are going to buy locally...

good luck.
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