I meant for this to be pretty basic. But things got away from me a little and I went a little further into detail. If you have never considered buying a used boat, or never bought a used boat–this article may be for you. If you bought a used boat a while ago, and didn’t have a great experience, or you’ve forgotten what it was like, and now you want a different boat–this may be for you.
Here’s the scoop on what to never do. What to do for sure. What to expect when you put your offer together.
Here’s how to plan for expenses. Choosing a surveyor. Strategies to get the best price, even how to take the stress out of the process. (Isn’t it always better when you know in advance what to expect?) We even compare, honestly, a new boat to a used boat purchase…
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