Imho what makes a good broker is a good service
attitude and a truly professional attitude towards the boat buying
customer. Not replying to questions, nonchalant dismissing dishonest attitudes never got my business. In today's internet
world the word of mouth travels fast, especially the bad kind of word.
When I sold boats I always tried to go the extra mile to make accommodations, sometimes even a bit too much to the point the buyer may have thought I was trying too much "must be something wrong here, nobody can be so helpful".::
How to land a job? If you have time (and money) maybe consider acting as an individual agent. Check out Yachtworld fees
, not so cheap
.. Challenge is to find your first paying customers and start rolling and to actually make money than lose it. Or try get a job with one of the big broker companies in New England
area. Seems like the US economy is picking up so timing might be good now.
Anyways I wanted to add sub and write a few words, hopefully you will be successful in your endeavour
, please let us know how it goes..