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My only advice is to try to forget about the broker and the seller in the beginning and just decide exactly what you want to do, how much you want to pay, what you want to get for your money, etc. Once you have decided what the boat is worth to you and all the rest, then you can make an offer.
It is very easy to lose control of the deal, the easiest way is to just assume you have to follow the broker's game plan, assume you have to use their offer forms, follow their process, agree to their terms, etc, before you know it you're being lead around by your nose which is great for the broker but not so great for you. The way to avoid this is to know what you will and won't do before you ever approach the broker/seller in the first place.
What are you pretending not to know ?
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