Online Yacht Sale & Purchase Commission Free

Press Release
Friday, July 13, 2012

New online service by YachtX.com eliminates brokerage commission & simplifies the sales of pleasure boats

YachtX, Inc. launch the boating industry's first online yacht exchange.  YachtX.com removes the obstacles that have inhibited owner-managed selling of high value boats and yachts – rendering the expense of commission-based yacht brokerage obsolete.

Selling a boat is a specialized process. Until now, boaters have had only two choices when selling their prized possession: hire a yacht brokerage or sell entirely on their own.  Yacht brokerage comes at the expense of seller control and, of course, a large commission (typically 10% of the sales price).  For boaters wishing to influence their sales outcome and preserve equity by selling on their own, support services beyond basic advertising web sites have simply not existed.

YachtX.com directly addresses this market need by providing web-based services that streamline the entire yacht sales process, making affordable owner-managed yacht sales a reality.  Through private user 'dashboards' accessible on a 24/7 basis by computer, tablet PC or smart phone, YachtX.com delivers marketing and sales management services with:

    •    No Sales Commission – just simple $75/4 weeks to sell, free access to buy
    •    Complete Guidance – from listing through closing
    •    Powerful Automation – multi-site marketing, negotiation, escrow and all documents
    •    Coordination w/Marine Service Providers – title, finance, insurance and survey
    •    Unprecedented Flexibility – no long-term commitment, non-exclusive.

YachtX.com say they offer unprecedented value to the boating community.  For example, seller costs on a boat that sells for $200,000 within 6 months through YachtX.com will be $375.  Brokerage commission for that same boat would be $20,000 – a savings of  $19,625.



 

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