Wednesday, November 14, 2012

The Top Complaints about Aircraft Brokers. Step 1 of 9

The truth about selling your plane.

Nine Successful Steps to Sell Your Plane
Hello, Jake Huling here with Aircraft Sales Advisor. I’d like to welcome you to the first in a new series of short reports that I am calling, Nine Steps to a Successful Sale of Purchase of Your Plane.

My reports, quite simply, are designed to give you what you need, when you need it, and without the hassle of contacting a broker. In these reports I am going to give you advice and information, a lot of which the industry doesn't want you to know, and how to use that information to navigate your way to a successful sale or purchase of you plane. 

I like to keep my reports short as possible so let’s get right down to business.

You can see more of my reports on Selling and Buying Jet and Turboprop Aircraft here.

To start out, I’d like to talk about the top complaints and frustrations I hear from my clients, customers, and new contacts pretty regularly. To make matters worse, these complaints seem to be the same whether folks are selling or buying.
  • The number one complaint and frustration I hear is that