Southlake, TX (PRWEB) March 21, 2011
The phrase "the current state of the economy" immediately brings up images of doom and gloom when spoken. It has become a coined motto, a trademark for those wanting to quickly sum up a negative perspective of the current global economy. But while it's true that we are still in the recovery phase of the recession, one thing remains the same: people still own recreational property, or "toys" to put it simply.
For the average consumer, their toy might be a motorcycle or classic car, but for a wealthy executive, it might be a yacht or private jet. While sites like eBay and Craigslist target the average-income property buyers and sellers, a new website LuxuryBoyToys.com, which launches April 11th, will be primarily focused on those looking to buy, sell, or even trade high-end luxury property. And with over $400 billion worth of luxury property in the U.S. alone, LuxuryBoyToys.com stands to boast a significant and impressive inventory, featuring classic and luxury cars, luxury motorcycles, boats, RVs, airplanes, helicopters, luxury real estate, equine, art, antiques and more. And unlike many dealers, brokers, and listing services who take a percentage commission from sales made via their service, Luxury Boy Toys only requires an inexpensive flat rate fee for listing, with guaranteed results.
Created by self-made millionaire Gary Hollingsworth and co-owned by former NBA star Erick Strickland, Luxury Boy Toys is not only catering to the high end luxury property consumerism and trade industry but it will also demonstrate its philanthropy by giving back to those in need, as approximately 5-10% of Luxury Boy Toys profits will be put right back into the community.
While made up of a relatively small team today, LuxuryBoyToys.com will eventually employee several hundred employees nationwide that will be specially set up to service luxury buyers, sellers, and traders all around the world, with key emphasis on markets in major U.S. cities such as Los Angeles, New York, Miami, Las Vegas, and Dallas/Fort Worth.
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