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What is a pre-buy report? What do you need in a pre-buy report and why it is so important to when you buy an airplane?

What’s the difference between a single agency and a dual agency in the aircraft brokerage world?

How should you handle the sale of an airplane when the owner is terminally ill?

“Have you seen the airplane?” That’s the first question you should ask a broker who is representing an airplane for sale.

How does an airplane trade work? Will I get full value for the plane I’m trading in?

Do you need to do a full overhaul? Not every buyer is looking for a fresh/recent engine overhaul.

What actually adds value to your plane? Everything you do to it or just certain items?

How do you describe your airplane to prospective buyers? Do they find it believable or just another sales pitch?

How does thorough documentation help with the sale of your airplane?

Time to upgrade or move on from GA? Have you talked to the right people? Are you actually ready to sell?

What does the closing process look like and what can you expect from WildBlue?

It's never to early to prepare your aircraft if you are considering selling your plane in the next year or two.

Be careful before you spend a lot of money on one-of-a-kind paint jobs and interiors.

What effect does a prop strike have on the value of your airplane?

Have you backed up your logs?

We’re nearing the end of 2018. What’s the market doing?

Is a back-to-back transaction costing you money?

Is there such a thing as a “perfect” airplane?

Do you know where all the money is going when you buy a plane?

What are the top 4 questions you should ask a buyer?

Do you understand the terms of the sales agreement you’re signing?

How aircraft sales fluctuate by season.

Which upgrades add value and which ones don’t?

Where should closing occur?

What is the purpose of a deposit?

Why use title and escrow services?

Are you using Vref & Bluebook correctly?

Are you interpreting aircraft log entries correctly?

Are you really saving money with that "cheap" annual?

Do you have to comply with "Mandatory Service Bulletins?"

Should you subscribe to an engine oil analysis routine?

How do missing logs impact aircraft value?

Should you be concerned with Major Damage History?

Why "testing the waters" is a bad aircraft sales strategy.

Do top overhauls add any value to an engine?

Does major engine maintenance qualify as an overhaul?

What monetary reserves should you set aside when buying an airplane?

Should you abide by calendar limit TBO intervals?

How much money should you set aside for an engine overhaul?

How to plan for the cost of an engine overhaul.