Boat Alert History Report Subscription Service For Dealers & Brokers Launched
Boat Alert has launched a boat history report subscription service for dealers. The reports aggregate data from over 68 databases to provide dealers with a unique selling point and access to HIN data.
Boat Alert has announced the launch of boat history reports for boat dealers and yacht brokers. The service was previously only available for consumers, but the company is now offering the boat hull ID number (HIN) history report subscription services to dealers at better-than-market rates.
More information is available at https://www.boat-alert.com/dealers
The launch of boat history report services for dealers aims to give dealers a unique selling point for their inventory. By providing comprehensive history reports for their boats, dealers can allow their customers to shop confidently.
As industry sources recount customer statements detailing boats with a history of damage being sold at full price, prospective boat buyers are demanding more information from dealers. Though services such as Carfax are widely used by auto dealers, boat dealers often lack information on their inventory’s history.
The Boat Alert subscription option for dealers was launched to give dealers a complete understanding of their inventory and a unique selling value-proposition.
With a $200 monthly subscription, dealers get 50 reports per month (unused credits roll to the next month). The subscription grants access to over 68 databases at the time of this writing. The information from these databases is aggregated in a comprehensive, easy-to-read report. Boat Alert history reports search accident, theft, and registration data from both the US and Canada. The service can also confirm manufacturing data, including the model and year. If a boat’s name has been changed, Boat Alert can produce a list of its past vessel names.
By making Boat Alert history reports available to dealers, the company shows its ongoing commitment to promoting transparency in the boat dealership industry. Boat Alert believes that both dealers and buyers benefit from the clarity provided by the comprehensive boat history reports.
The company’s founder understands the boat dealership industry, as he developed Boat Alert in response to the lack of a comprehensive boat history database. A spokesperson for the company said: “Boat Alert reports are part of the due diligence process, making sure that you’re not going to take a trade-in assuming it’s a certain value only to later have to reduce the price of the boat. We are pleased to offer our HIN check report to make the process more transparent for sellers, dealers, and buyers.”
Interested parties can learn more at https://www.boat-alert.com
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