Preparing Your Marina For Sale

Friday, 29 November 2019 by

In November 2019, Marina Dock Age interviewed Steven Ekovich (National Managing Director) and Brett Murphy (Investment Advisor, Marinas) for an article title “Trends in Marina Sales: Tips for Improving Seller Appeal”. The article’s focus is on preparing your marina for sale, covering an array of topics from business planning and factors to consider when deciding

In January 2019, Mia Overton of Marina Dock Age published an article that focused on Lady’s Island Marina in Beaufort, SC. Steven Ekovich, the National Managing Director, sold Lady’s Island Marina to Tom Daniels after determining that he was the best buyer for the property. Tom Daniels embarked on a new career and a cross-country

Marina Industry Consolidation

Wednesday, 16 January 2019 by

In January 2019, Mia Overton of Marina Dock Age published a Q&A with Steven Ekovich (National Managing Director) and Brett Murphy (Investment Advisor) in an article titled “Marina Acquisitions and Industry Consolidation Continues; Markets Remain Strong but Face Rising Interest Rates”. The interview covers topics from year-over-year comparisons to why owners are selling in today’s

Safe Passage Through Hurricane Season

Thursday, 23 August 2018 by
Hurricane Irma

Every year, marinas located along the Gulf, throughout Florida, the Eastern Seaboard, and the Caribbean are faced with a prevalent threat – hurricanes. Here we focus on tips and best practices for guiding your marina’s safe passage through hurricane season. As we all know and have likely experienced first-hand, these natural disasters destroy homes, businesses,

There are many marinas for sale in the market today. A quick search of LoopNet yields 93 active listings of marinas for sale or marina related properties in Florida alone. Some of these listings are individual slips or racks, some are boatyards, some are redevelopment opportunities and some are operating marinas. These listings that are

Why Use a Broker?

Wednesday, 19 October 2016 by

We are a nation of do-it-yourselfers.  Nowhere is the do-it-yourself (“DIY”) phenomenon more evident than in the home improvement market where Joe Homeowner decides to tile his bathroom, build a deck, or install new fixtures without a contractor.  Whole television shows have been built around the DIY movement.  While self-satisfaction of a job done right

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