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rappin jack

Bad time of the year?

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Is it too late in the year to sell a boat?

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No it's not too late.

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Not too late, although it might not be the best time for a seller. Good time for buyers.

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The fall season in Minnesota is not the best time for any type of open water gear or boats, but what do you have to lose. Advertise it and see what happens.

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Good time for buyers.


Yeppers!! I picked up a heck of a deal on Friday.

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Good time for buyers.


Yeppers!! I picked up a heck of a deal on Friday.


You can't throw something out there like that and not tell us what you bought grin.gif

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Thats what Im afraid of...not getting what I would,versus spring time. The thing is my daughter is sick and I have a ton of medical bills pileing up my insurance company wont cover her because of her illness. So I need to sell it but I dont want to loose my butt...

Thanks

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rappin jack, I'm sorry to hear about your daughters illness.

But if a buyer knows this you might not get what you want for the boat. Set a price that is fair and stick with it. Check out the ads to see what other boats (like yours) are selling for before you advertise.

You can always post a question here asking people what they think your boat is worth to start with. (Don't be afraid to ask)!

I wish you the best of luck!

HB

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Jack send me an email, I might be able to help.

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