I’d like to take a moment to let you how much I appreciate your help and guidance throughout my search and purchase of my Hunter 41DS. You were always available and quick to reply with answers to all of my questions, weekends included, and you always did so with a genuine and friendly attitude. I can’t thank you enough for your advice and guidance in dealing with the sale of my old boat as well. I have no doubt that your advice was responsible in helping me attain a quicker sale and higher sales price. I especially appreciate your support in helping me retain a positive attitude through both buying and selling processes. I found your boat knowledge and sales experience to be beyond compare to anyone I met during my search. You were able to turn what I thought was just a dream, into a reality, and I thank you so much!
So you want some comments on our experience in working with you:
Well, first and foremost, you're a gentleman. You listen, and you are thoughtful and polite and you treat the wife with the same respect as the husband. Not all boat brokers can say that. But even better, you're a real person with common sense and the willingness to share. Not only do you know your stuff, but you are candid and thorough and most helpful. In addition, you provide the best service. Not only do you arrange all the purchase and sales details, but you follow up afterwards. When I forgot to do my bottom job, or to change a zinc, or to replace a worn fitting that the surveyor warned about, you were on it. You watched over me and my boat and kept us both in good shape. But above all else; you've got deal brain.That's the quality that's possessed only by the rare few who actually make the overwhelming majority of all the sales. The rest don't count. When we made an offer on a boat with multiple owners who couldn't agree, you pursued it until you made the deal. When it came time to sell, you conscientiously helped us get the price right, and bingo, the deal was done in days. We worked with many brokers, and we've never been happier than when we worked with you!
So there. Put that in your pipe and smoke it; and best of luck to you in your new passage in life. Regards, Merle