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Hey there,

I'm looking for a 38-44ft boat possibly Morgan and similar for sell with owner Financing or assumable loan. All the online websites are associated with the broker and they are not interested in that complication. With the today's economy I would think there are people who would want to get away from boat payment. I've perfect credit (verifiable) but because of my employment arrangements difficulties in obtaining a conventional loan.
I'm interested to hear what would be the best way to find the listings with those criteria.

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I don't think it exists on any scale at all. But it can't hurt to ask on each deal. I doubt you'll get far.
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Not real likely, especially if you live any distance from the owner.
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