50 000$ or less
50 000$ to 100 000$
100 000$ to 200 000$
200 000$ and over !
I started another tread asking if you had a loan somewhere to help you have your boat or if it was paid 100%. See is your boat paid off or on a loan ?
As of right now, 114 votes for paid, and 104 for loan, meaning a little more than half of us have their boat paid for.
Then here is another question: vote according to what is your boat worth, not the price you dream you could have but a price you could probably sell it within a couple weeks/month.
everybody are welcome to vote of course, but I specially ask you guys who voted on the other tread to vote again here.
I voted for me 50 000$ or less, of course.
Im in 50-100K and would have thought most on this site would have been around the same. I think it will come up.
if you could have expanded the break down in 25 k increments, I think you'll find the majority of boats are between 75 and 100.
Mine's worth a million but I will settle for cash for half the amount
In the current market? It hurts to think about it! And the folks at the factory keep pushing "Executioners" out the door....which has been exactly that to resale values.
Originally Posted by jeff32
I figure that my boat is worth somewhere between 100-130K.....depending on how quickly I want to sell it. ......but it is paid for and not for sale!
I can't talk about it right now, it's being handled by the Postal Inspector. Those guys don't mess around!
I was thinking about the other thread and was also wondering if the boat was paid for was it done with money borrowed against something else like a second mortgageOriginally Posted by jeff32
Boat is technically paid for but debt was taken on to pay for it.
Kept the Bullet and the condo and joined the cig 20 restoration club.
>50k In Thebook. But Priceless To Me
Mine is probably about 160k and financed 70% of it with a boat loan.
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