Fair Price for Harman Accentra

MoeB Posted By MoeB, Sep 6, 2008 at 3:42 PM

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  1. MoeB

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    I am considering selling my newest Harman Accentra, burned only one season. I have recently switched to natural gas in my office where I had this stove installed a year ago. Any idea what a fair price would be? Thanks!
    Moe
     
  2. MCPO

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    I think it is quite refreshing to read that you are looking to sell at a fair price since a fair price is almost unheard of as of late.
    Good luck with the sale.
     
  3. mkmh

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    I think a "fair" price is pretty much whatever somebody is willing to pay. Considering the availability of Harman stoves I would say that you would be able to get very close to retail price. If it were me, and I wanted a hassle free cash-sale (which I would), I would take 10% off retail. I think you'll get multiple inquiries at that price point and you'll be able to pick out a serious local buyer with cash.

    You might be able to fetch up to 3,000 in this particular market, but then you might have to work with people way outside your area who may or may not show up to pick it up.

    Good luck, should be an easy sell for you.
     
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