YachtCloser debuts new listings service

Available at no additional cost to YachtCloser members, the service is derived from signed seller contracts.
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YachtCloser, a web-based contract management system for the yacht brokerage industry, said it launched the YachtCloser Network Multiple Listing Service.

Available at no additional cost to YachtCloser members, the service is derived from signed seller contracts.

“This is a major step forward for the yacht brokerage community because ours is the first MLS offering connectivity based on actual signed contracts,” YachtCloser president and founder Brad Parker said in a statement. “Our broker customers have been anxiously awaiting this new functionality, and this is only the first step toward many more features to streamline co-brokerage deals.”

YachtCloser said it lists more than 1,800 brokers as members. For information, visit www.yachtcloser.com.

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