Tell me how to make a seller actually sell their airplane. Or,..... can we make a law that says advertised airplanes have to be sold within a reasonable length of time? I see airplanes that I know have been on the market for 3-5 years! That's not 'for sale'. That's showing your airplane off in print and digital media to the public, with a fictional number beside it! I talked to a broker today about an airplane that's been on the market for over a year with no movement in the advertised price. (I have seen similar models go recently for $50-100K less.) I asked the broker if the buyer is firm. He said the seller has $xxxK dollars tied up in it so he is not budging on price. This airplane has flown less than 10 hrs in the last 2 years. Enjoy your hangar queen. At some point the lack of use will catch up with you and when you try to sell it, prepare to take a further large hit on price. The airplanes for sale on places that do not charge to advertise are classic gathering grounds for such beauties. At least TAP charges, making serious sellers a bit more motivated.