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Boat financing question #14183396 11/06/21 09:01 PM
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Looking to own my first boat in the coming years of which I don't know when that will be. But who's the best company to finance a boat under. And I receive roughly a 35 percent discount on bass boats for the company I work for. If I was to save $30,000 on a boat would I still need a down payment to be able to finance a boat knowing that it's worth $30,000 more of the loan amount?

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pm these guys, they do financing and are on here a lot.


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Credit unions are typically your best bet.

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I think I’d be buying boats left & right and reselling them, if I had a 35% discount over msrp. Wouldn’t need a credit union after selling 4-5 boats.

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After checking several options (Banks, Dealer, Online, Credit unions) I found one that financed Boats using AUTO rates. It was by far the BEST option.


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Originally Posted by RSchramm
Looking to own my first boat in the coming years of which I don't know when that will be. But who's the best company to finance a boat under. And I receive roughly a 35 percent discount on bass boats for the company I work for. If I was to save $30,000 on a boat would I still need a down payment to be able to finance a boat knowing that it's worth $30,000 more of the loan amount?

Are they hiring, if so where do I fill out an application? I second the credit union route...

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Tell us more about this 35% discount

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Originally Posted by grout-scout
I think I’d be buying boats left & right and reselling them, if I had a 35% discount over msrp. Wouldn’t need a credit union after selling 4-5 boats.



If he wants an "investor", I am sure it wouldn't be hard to find is he can get finished new boats at a 35% to resell...


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Maybe I am not understanding, but first boat at $85,000?
That should get you a nice one.

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