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Who normally pays for haulout at survey

Buyer or seller?
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You mean it's not covered by the TARP programme ? I was sure that my rider was still attached to that bill
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You mean it's not covered by the TARP programme ? I was sure that my rider was still attached to that bill

Kidding....I'm pretty sure it's the buyer, at least my experience here in Canada.
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Buyer....

normally. But, like anything, it can be negotiated. I would say 95/100 times the buyer picks up the tab. Rarely have I heard the seller paying the fee or splitting the haul out.

If your the buyer, don't expect the seller to pay a dime.

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Buyer has the vested interest in surveyor, haul out and sea-trial. The results of which are up to the buyer to compare to the selling price for further negotiations. All three usually will result in items for repair/ replacement negotiations or making the original offer contingent on successful passing an opportunity to back out should you not like any or all of the three.
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Tanley,

Good luck on your offer. We are a bit further along in the buying process. We just had our prospective boat surveyed yesterday. BTW, we paid for the haul out. I should have the survey report tomorrow and then we will set the closing date!
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Normal amount of time between offer and closing? Pretty short I imagine.
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Normal amount of time between offer and closing? Pretty short I imagine.
You want to make sure you have enough time for the survey and the report from the survey. There may be additional negotiations that result from the survey. We chose about 5 weeks but that had to due with my travel schedule. Right now, surveyors are not as busy so it is easier to make a timely appointment.
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