YachtCloser unveils new documentation service

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YachtCloser introduced YachtCloser Documentation, a new business tool for brokers who use its online contract management system.

The system provides all necessary Coast Guard documentation services for brokers’ customers, helping to simplify the closing process, the company said. The tool is an add-on to the existing service and does not cost extra.

“The beauty of our new Documentation service is that it is linked to YachtCloser and all closing information is transferred, reducing data entry time and errors, and increasing efficiency over 75 percent,” YachtCloser president Brad Parker said in a statement. “All the broker needs to do is click a button requesting service, then we engage and produce the full closing documentation package. Even better, once the paperwork is finalized, our doc agents will upload copies of all executed documents directly to the broker’s electronic deal folder in YachtCloser. It just makes to whole process easier for brokers and their clients.”

“I had three closings line up in the same week, and not a beat was missed,” Joe Laundrie of Denison Yacht Sales said. “Each deal was unique and had multiple aspects, including payoffs, traveling sellers/buyers that needed custom overnighted packages and extremely tight timelines. Closing three separate yachts in three separate states all in the same week was seamless and enjoyable.”


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