Originally Posted by denverd0n
As to the broker, my vote is for very, very shady. So give with some details. Who are we talking about? This is someone that everyone here should know to avoid. His attempt to frame it as the same selling price
, but with a "survey allowance" is simply a way to try to cheat the seller.
I am happy to discuss details when this is all said and done, but it is the never ending boat sale!
The boat sold this week, but three days later, the new owner reports he can't find a piece of rather expensive electronic equipment
. It was possibly stolen in the last couple weeks. The problem is that I have no idea when and I already cancelled the insurance
on the day of closing. Shouldn't the broker have done an inventory walkthrough on the day of closing? Would this not be standard practice? How am I supposed to know if who took the missing equipment
and when it was taken? Maybe the broker wanted revenge on me? Maybe the new owner removed it and now claims it wasn't there? Who is responsible for the inventory three days after closing?