MarineMax yacht brokers have access to robust advertising resources, including a sophisticated inventory and lead management system. When you register on MarineMax, your yacht will automatically appear on the following internationally renowned websites: Yachtworld.com, Boats.com, Boattraderonline.com, PowerandMotorYacht.com, Usedboats.com and Yachtbroker.com. Offers include excellent images, video tours and walking tours, as well as detailed descriptions for the attached buyers. As the world`s largest marine retailer, we have an extensive database of interested buyers with whom we share your yacht via email, social media and personal communications. We offer national advertising in magazines such as Power & Motor Yacht, Marlin, Boating, Yachting, Showboats International and other of the best print magazines in the industry. After reaching an agreement, advertising your yacht is the first step. As a rule, the broker will make sure that your boat is photographed and that convincing descriptions of the photos are written. They also list specifications that include year of construction, manufacturer, model, specifications, and a solution of the boat`s condition and current condition. Your broker will do the research and have access to current selling prices and will usually have the experience of realistically evaluating your boat. 4.1.c.
When you show the yacht, the broker registers at the shipyard office and shows the boat without help if possible. If help is needed, the broker will arrange for the payment of all necessary fees. The yacht must be left as it was found. Yacht brokers are a valuable resource that will help you buy the yacht or boat of your dreams. As experienced industry experts, they protect your interests and ensure the successful delivery of your vessel. 2. The selling broker must contact the listing broker or registration broker to register a potential buyer, preferably in writing, with respect to the vessel(s) of interest and to agree on a date or time for the demonstration. The seller broker`s failure to register the potential buyer may result in the loss of commission and judgment against the selling broker if a dispute resolution claim is filed with the YBAA Professional Standards and Ethics Committee, the Certification Advisory Board or a dispute resolution body of the Yacht Brokers Association. Yacht brokerage commissions are specified in the Central Agreement (CA) signed by the yacht owner and yacht broker.
By signing such an agreement, the yacht buyer not only has clear expectations of the purchase, but also builds a relationship with the yacht broker. 3.5 The selling broker is the broker who receives a purchase and sale contract signed by the buyer and seller with the associated deposit. Deposits on brokerage transactions (of an amount acceptable to the seller) are processed in accordance with the provisions of the YBAA Yacht Purchase and Sale Agreement and the YBAA Code of Ethics. A: The listing market can never be summarized with generic sales trends. Asking prices can be influenced by a number of variables, including the seller`s motivation, information from their broker, the condition in the boat, how the boat has been equipped, whether or not a seller is upside down on a loan. the list goes on. Every boat is different. .