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#1 posted 02-15-2018 05:05 AM

The regional pricing variations do count for a lot. 50% of new comparable pricing is a good rule of thumb as a start. But the concept of comparable means looking at other brands as well.

In some areas that jointer might be $300 or less, but in Houston good condition used equipment is not that common and sells quickly, so here $400 to $500 might not be out of line for that jointer.

Around me mortisers are not as high demand as a jointer, so you might expect to take a little less or be willing to list it for longer. While other pieces of good condition equipment move pretty quickly on CL here, mortisers tend to sit for a bit.


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