How to Sell a Boat in 2014
It may be that you’re not sure yet if you want to sell or not, yet you’d like an idea of the current value of your boat and what the second hand boat market is like at the moment. If you need advice on any aspect of selling a boat you may like to chat to a professional broker, based in Essex.
Our blog is also a good resource for some no-nonsense advice. Check out these articles if you’re considering selling a boat in Essex.
How do we do it?
Our website displays so much information and pictures to potential buyers that by the time a buyer is ready to book a viewing they are often pretty serious about buying the boat. This is why Boatshed.com averages 2.2 viewings per sale which is considerably lower than the industry average.
Our brokers have already been on the boat and spoken with the owner so they’re able to provide detailed information on the phone when a customer inquires about a particular boat. (We sometimes get offers on boats even before a viewing takes place!) All our viewings are accompanied by the broker, so there’s no need for you to do anything other than make sure the boat is in a clean and tidy condition.
If you have any other questions about selling a boat don’t hesitate to contact us.
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