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10-18-2013 12:16 PM
sailingfool
Re: Morgan 382 Value

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Originally Posted by datswite View Post
Thanks for the replies! Great stats BP; very useful. I'm dealing directly with the seller, so no broker's fees.

What do you think about taking the average closing price of BP's list, and deducting 10% (since we don't have to pay a broker)? Fair ballpark price?
Heck no. You could end up offering $35,000 for the vessel that sold for $22,000...Don't you sort of have to figure out why one 1980 sold for $62,000 but another for $22,000? A sensible boat purchase requires determining the value of the boat, then making any offer from that context. The seller is likely to have a very good knowledge of the value of the boat, but that does not limit what strategy he may take in setting an asking price.

Any strategies based on averages and %'s off asking are just formulas for increasing how far over value your purchase price is likely to be.
10-18-2013 11:45 AM
dieselboy
Re: Morgan 382 Value

I just got a 80 with a rebuilt Perkins and a lot of work in her for 37k.
07-05-2013 08:21 PM
deniseO30
Re: Morgan 382 Value

Nice score! People seem to want Morgans at any age or condition. Congrats! Now take some photos! inquiring minds want to see!
07-05-2013 05:09 PM
Crewm8 Yes that is correct.
05-10-2013 01:33 PM
denverd0n
Re: Morgan 382 Value

So are you saying that you actually paid $15,500 for the boat, and not the $19,500 that soldboats is showing?
05-10-2013 11:20 AM
Crewm8
Re: Morgan 382 Value

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Originally Posted by boatpoker View Post
Ask and ye shall receive .........

These are only listing summaries. any soldboats member can pull up the entire original listing of any boat on this list, one of the benefits of using a broker.
Nifty...THANKS! I am the 4th one from the bottom, although after negotiations i walked away for $15,500.

She was sorely neglected with mid-90s rigging, a fairly new mainsail, new portholes, freshly covered cushions but everything...and trust me there's a lot to "everything" is in dire need of replacement. Still i should be able to get another 40 years out of her.
03-08-2013 03:01 PM
vtsailguy
Re: Morgan 382 Value

Awesome!
03-08-2013 02:55 PM
boatpoker
Re: Morgan 382 Value

Ask and ye shall receive .........

These are only listing summaries. any soldboats member can pull up the entire original listing of any boat on this list, one of the benefits of using a broker.
03-08-2013 02:42 PM
vtsailguy
Re: Morgan 382 Value

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Originally Posted by boatpoker View Post
Here are the soldboats listings for all 80 -81' models sold through yachtworld since january 2009
Hey BP,

Cold you expand that list for 1978-81 for 382's
02-22-2013 09:47 PM
datswite
Re: Morgan 382 Value

The average sale price of those listed above is around $42k. Deducting a 10% broker's fee, $37,800. Deducting premium for lack of equipment, sails, rigging... I'm leaning towards the low 30's.
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