Florida brokerage signs on with YachtCloser

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Tom George Yacht Group on Florida’s Gulf Coast has signed on with YachtCloser’s Web-based contract management system.

“In January, TGYG relocated its offices to Marker One Marina,” YachtCloser president Brad Parker said in a statement. “This state-of-the-art facility on the Intracoastal Waterway offers clients a comfortable, relaxed atmosphere, combined with direct water access, dockage, boat sales and service, all on-site in one location. As part of this expansion, we are proud to say that TGYG has added our innovative contract management software to its suite of business tools. Now TGYG’s brokers and sales team can list a yacht or go to contract on a sale without requiring their clients to be physically present. As long as both client and broker have Internet access, they can be anywhere in the world.”

“We are using it for every single deal, and it totally simplifies the paperwork process for yacht brokers,” TGYG broker Jimmy Rogers said in a statement.

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