Repo Boats Versus Retail Pricing

By Red R. Templeton

When I reflect back It's crazy how time has gone fast. I've been buying boat auctions for well over 7 years now and have now come to realize that many times a grand deal on a used boat can transport more emotional contentment and gratification than the look and feel of a new factory product.

If you're a DIY type or or just looking to locate a cheap boat for sale, the following are in my opinion the best public boat auctions sources available online:

1. Boat Auctions Info -- To begin with first off-- it's free. And second it lists most of the heavy hitter auction houses across the U.S.

2. Boat Auctions Direct -- This resource aggregates and categorizes basically about every boat auction source within the U.S. It is extremely thorough and also lists pwc's, rv's, atv's, and marine parts and equipment auctions as well.

3. Nat'l Liquidators -- Now this company is the single largest auction house within the U.S. and continues to dominate the boat auction industry in southeast Florida. They will on average have 300-400 bank repossessed boats at any given month.

4. Commonwealth Boat Brokers -- By means of two locations in Virginia, this outfit offers acres of bank repos plus rv's and pwc's.

5. Gov Deals -- You really don't need to pay Government auction membership sites when you can access a good number of their detained stock here for free. Simply click the link "Boats and Marine Supplies" and you can view what's available .

I have surveyed about every paid or free membership auction site available online. Though many are helpful, several are not useful at all for finding auctioned assets...notably boats.

Be especially careful of auction sites (particularly those sponsored ad listing sites) that offer repo listings of specific boats that don't exist or sites that ask you to pay a monthly recurring fee. A one time fee is the norm.

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