We can get you the best boat, for the best price, by working as your buying agent – taking the hassle of price negotiation away from you.
Buying a boat is one of life’s exciting milestone events, however aspects of the purchase can be daunting – let us do the hard work for you…
You’ve found your ideal boat but how do you get it for the ideal price? Go Earth can act on your behalf to negotiate the lowest viable price for the boat, saving you substantial sums of money. We act as your agent to save you time and broker the best deal for you.
Buying a boat is one of life’s exciting milestone events, however aspects of the purchase can be daunting. We work as your buying agent, taking the hassle of negotiation away from you. Through our close working relationship with brokers across the globe, we aim to find the best boat for your budget.
Price negotiation can be an emotional and sometimes awkward task for buyers. You don’t want to lose out on a boat you have set your heart on, but are not sure if you’re paying a fair price? We have a number of buyers who ask us to get involved in this stage of the process as they know we will negotiate hard on their behalf and know how to obtain a good deal, for the lowest viable price.
Learn More About Our Boat Negotiation Services
We work as your buying agent, to take the hassle of negotiation away from you. By working closely with brokers across the globe, we have existing relationships which enable us to find the best boat for your budget.
Price negotiation can be an emotional task for a buyer, as you don’t want to loose out on a boat you love. We can act on your behalf to remove emotion from the negotiation process and yield you the best possible deal.
We take a percentage of the money saved on your boat purchase – meaning it’s in both yours and our best interest to achieve the largest discount possible. We offer a free, no obligation chat about your purchase and services. Contact us today for more details.
We strive to achieve the best price possible for you and use proven methods to do so. Working closely with the broker, we identify and discuss any improvements the boat may need and incorporate this into the price negotiation. After the negotiation, a conditional offer to buy the boat is made and typically a 10% deposit is paid. The ‘conditional’ part of the offer is subject to a number of factors, which should include ‘subject to sea-trial and subject to survey’.
Assuming the sea trial, survey and any other conditional aspects are straightforward, you will be required to complete some paperwork from the broker—then you simply sign on the dotted line, pay the balance and the boat is yours to enjoy!