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  • #46
    Originally posted by John Johnson View Post
    Pics or it didn't happen.
    Backstory or it didn't happen.... well, maybe it still did, but inquisitive minds want to know more....

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    • #47
      Flipping for a Mastercraft

      Originally posted by 86Skier View Post
      Backstory or it didn't happen.... well, maybe it still did, but inquisitive minds want to know more....

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      Saw it listed locally on BoatTrader for $20k and I reached out right away. The lady sounded pretty desperate to sell. I asked a buddy of mine to come be an extra set of hands. It is definitely a fixer-upper and I estimated it would need about $8-10k in rehab (interior, stereo, wet sand, a few mechanical issues, etc) so I negotiated her down to $14k. I had every intention of buying, fixing, and flipping but then my buddy offered to buy it as-is and give me a nice little finder’s fee. So technically speaking, it never actually was in my name but I did sell it for more than I bought it for. She was happy, my friend is happy, and I got a little more cash to go find my next deal. Win-win-win.

      Sorry to hijack the thread.

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      Troy

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      • #48
        Originally posted by JasterCraft View Post
        Saw it listed locally on BoatTrader for $20k and I reached out right away. The lady sounded pretty desperate to sell. I asked a buddy of mine to come be an extra set of hands. It is definitely a fixer-upper and I estimated it would need about $8-10k in rehab (interior, stereo, wet sand, a few mechanical issues, etc) so I negotiated her down to $14k. I had every intention of buying, fixing, and flipping but then my buddy offered to buy it as-is and give me a nice little finder’s fee. So technically speaking, it never actually was in my name but I did sell it for more than I bought it for. She was happy, my friend is happy, and I got a little more cash to go find my next deal. Win-win-win.

        Sorry to hijack the thread.

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        Good score, for you getting a small fee and your buddy getting a project that should turn into a great tug.
        Prior boats - (3) X14's, (3) Prostars, and a Tristar.

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        • #49
          Dang! At the rate you're going you'll be driving a new x-star in 2 years!! Keep up the good work! I agree...hot boat market. Keep flipping.

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          • #50
            Originally posted by JasterCraft View Post
            Saw it listed locally on BoatTrader for $20k and I reached out right away. The lady sounded pretty desperate to sell. I asked a buddy of mine to come be an extra set of hands. It is definitely a fixer-upper and I estimated it would need about $8-10k in rehab (interior, stereo, wet sand, a few mechanical issues, etc) so I negotiated her down to $14k. I had every intention of buying, fixing, and flipping but then my buddy offered to buy it as-is and give me a nice little finder’s fee. So technically speaking, it never actually was in my name but I did sell it for more than I bought it for. She was happy, my friend is happy, and I got a little more cash to go find my next deal. Win-win-win.

            Sorry to hijack the thread.

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            This is awesome! Like you said, win, win, win and saving an MC!
            Former: 2007 X15

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