” I feel blessed to be working in an atmosphere where most people come to vacation. I share the excitement of my clients’ purchases and help them create memories for life. “
– Terry Miller
An experienced broker will have valuable knowledge about selling or assisting someone selling or buying a boat.
Terry is at the Houseboats Buy Terry Home Office, located at Conley Bottom Resort on Lake Cumberland, KY. She is serving Conley Bottom Resort, as well as boats nationwide.
Terry has listed and sold many boats nationwide, as well as internationally. She has often been referred to as America’s Houseboat Queen®. She developed her reputation mostly by word of mouth, and past customers repeat business. Customers appreciate the extra time she spends educating
Lisa Blakeman is serving our customers on the northwest part of Lake Cumberland, KY. Her office is located in front of
Beaver Creek Marina, Burnside Marina, & Laurel Lake
Cave Run Lake
Glenn Combs is operating out of his home office in Lexington, KY. It is only a short drive to any of the beautiful lakes in the area.
“I have been a lifelong “Houseboater” growing up with my family on Lake Cumberland soon after it was impounded. That’s me driving my dad’s boat back in the early
Serving: Dale Hollow Lake and Grider Hill Marina in Tennessee and Kentucky
Jake Pyzik is proudly serving Dale Hollow Lake and Grider Hill Marina in Tennessee and Kentucky. He operates from his home in Byrdstown, Tennessee and can meet you at marinas on Dale Hollow Lake or Grider Hill Marina on Lake Cumberland. As a lifelong boater on Dale Hollow Lake, Jake has the experience needed to put buyers and sellers together. Memories of being on the lake with family are vivid for Jake. These are the memories he
Serving: Jackson, Mississippi
I have been involved in boating since the age of
We’re not sellers. We’re boat lovers.
news & tips
Secure your lines and pull up your captain‘s chair. You are about to begin a journey of great family memories that will last a lifetime.
Things to check on your boat this spring. -Batteries-First check the exterior of the battery, looking for leaks or swelling. In either case, they should be disconnected immediately and replaced. Look for any corrosion on the terminals, and clean where needed. Last,...read more
Batteries should be checked often, and at the least going into each new season. Check water levels, and look for signs of corrosion in the hull from battery gases. Battery corrosion can be your worst enemy to an aluminum hull if they are not vented properly and stored...read more
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- Terry Miller